Archbishop Rummel High School - Raider Yearbook (Metairie, LA)

 - Class of 1975

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PRECEDING PAGE, Seniors Herman Freitag and Robert Vega paint the mural on the side of the gymnasium 2 Introduction IS ,f 'gig' .QPL f- . .A ' " G-81 'af . ,. . , ff ya: . zfi?9f ' wf'5?, ' i' ' Y-31, many things fer. . I Activities, 14 Sports, 73 Associates, 1 10 Classes, 145 Business, 196 Index, 21 1 4 Introduction OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: This respect for Rummel includes living up to each student's responsibilities. Stephen Ducote watches a football contest with keen interest as he participates in the marching band. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: A lone student readies for class near the school entrance. RIGHT: Respect for the school involves participation in academic as well as social activities. At the iunior-senior prom, the guitarist for Hlsosceles Popsicle" captivates the hall. ABOVE: ln an academic area, the photographer zooms in on Brother Dale Guillot and his religion class in the school courtyard. sm.: 'M li, X HCNHSKO3 RHWHL H468 SCHQQL md--' Some soy iT's respect for Rummel LEFT: Classroom responsibilities and social activities work hand-in-hand for Raider Pride. Senior Dave Persons lleftl attempts to get in some last minute study while classmate Cliff Vogel gestures to an apparently unappreciative Persons. BELOW: Senior Chris Flores takes Raider Pride to the community and the residents of the Crippled Children's Hospital on a Key Club trip. OPPOSITE PAGE: Bill Sherer, sophomore language student, readies for his Spanish class in the lab. 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OPPOSITE PAGE, MOTOR DRIVE: Sophomore Bryan Fritscher practices as a member of the Raider swim team. 8 Introduction A47 ' ' W 2 . ' 1 'iifwf'W'7?f1'1fW.f'7f'5 a ,V ff, A fb- H", "' 1 2 -- k . .fi TW . .' --Q ""' -f 2.-Lv . , - ' ff ,-, ff ,SH N -'?: : fH :gm , fr-.f,,A-1 1 :relay , :r,E5uQa,'yvgm-aevz' ,133 'L 4 . .Af . 'A f - 1: up .,,2Aif,,2-2+ , ,114 ,:zg,,,,,5pj Yme-1-'V,Q,g'f:f:fS5a: - H. L ,,vjf-v4- 9.11, 1-rg21w,frN-'wfsluii 'MA ' fr' . -W:Qmf,ww ww- X . ' ffl -. 5 , V ,J-wif -Q-H Q31 ,LQ f QF 1 ' few , 2-if f 9' ma! ' 1 , 13,,u::!1Q+q5em vwrfw, , p 'ffm I if 1 my W Q - J?""'j'-egg-W,,,5,L A l gi "W'f'?v-www-m..,.M,-hx, v-qi, 'W'-1Q.,.., I0 Introduction . . . but ii's strengthened by individuals OPPOSITE PAGE: Senior Gary Discon closely scrutinizes his work in the classroom where Rummel Pride begins each morning. LEFT: Junior Alan Roux even carries his Raider Pride to the cafeteria. ABOVE: Teachers, too, have Raider Pride, as is evident at the climax ofthe annual Pie Bowl game. Mr. Easten Roth lleftl delivers another pie-in-the-eye to Mr. Randy Johnson after Roth's football squad defeated Johnson's team for the second straight year. OPPOSITE PAGE, MOTOR DRIVE: Senior Herb Roussel does his individual part for the Rummel band. dfiaf-5: V -. r x xx Xgfzg 'ex .1 J. 1 Va' x x X N xxx X2 5: C 1 Q "1 , 4 K , ,, Iniroduciion I I - if Introduction I3 V' 4V K? X f l-3 A fivf !ii: 3 ' , , Q 'ff fl K w Kfp aw ,QA I vw R - fd, Af - X'ff i!1 f!43-Q X" Qfffib kj QQ f EFX Wil Q 315 1 X-W, E j 5i f fx fm WP Q2 k SRX z ff X 1, 1- i ' ,Is-sw v s Ky X f , Hip if ' P f,7Jkff,,sW f A .. 11 xp MY ff, -sf -a ' T L M ffk 'X f X . ff 2 ,, fwf ,wb Q K fm SF qi! j XX X yf fdxiff 14 EWU es S ' 1 !J! J!jxf"X Q Us R 4 gig 1, g 49 M QV if l!6fgQ fb' K? . ' , , ,X X? f fm! J CJ W 7 i 6, ix. IIA! m lf I4 X w ,,.f ? , '7Q fx , ,ff C- ,, Q M N J Hffl l-gg K 'A,, X Q ,X 4, fgi,,,- A, ' A 'If' F .-gy Q 1 f V' f '75. "' k f . ,l V ! 'Qu Q? My sk Q 6 sv ji SEX fy X b "" Y CXJD 7 QV fx H X3 X i , , m, ,fri p xc?" Q f 1 ,N h 'f D A- - ' A jf N X J' Q NR :A Mau ! . f ., i .A f" g i X 1 pf X L q2 XN QSM ' f,, X M 4 wwf' MH if N NL, ff' I my I wx 'ff ,Ex I Ry! fx -Nj If , " r I f NEFF ' lj ll ,5-J' if T5 vs!!! 3 -f dia" lm: I jx EFF? in 1 , gs: ,,,.4 f A, in , , lillill, ina fjlf M 5 '13, ""'!!B'5iE ll g,f ' Mies!!! i f fA 1' '1' A '5,,,-E, 'f' . " W ' QQ ? Wm Y' C W' 'es Q, -PM X W E1 KX mls. Book distribution begins school year As usual, this year's book distribution went smoothly with the assistance of the Key Club, parents, and faculty. On a Tuesday night the Key Club set the scene for the students who would converge upon the gym on Thursday and Friday. First on the agenda was frosh registration. They were first photographed for their identification cards and then , sent down the book lines. Booklists of texts and novels I , . needed for the various subiects were previously provided A ..c' ' via the mail. I 1 These lists combined with the aid of the teachers made ' the acquisition of books go quickly. The freshmen were followed that afternoon by the sophomores and the following day by the iunior and senior classes. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: St. Catherine was this year's site for the Ring Mass. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Eric Bruno receives his class ring from Brother John Fairfax, principal. RIGHT: Allen Buiol starts off school the right ' way. ABOVE: Freshmen pick up their books during registration. TOP: Mrs. Emily Eshleman gives Philip Brignac a trim to meet school hair regulations. I6 Activities Seniors receive class rings The Senior Class commemorated its Ring Ceremony at St: Catherine of Sienna Church. This tenth annual Mass was con-celebrated by Fathers Harold Hughes and Lawrence Meuller. 1 Interested seniors took part in the Mass through serving as altar boys and as lectors, which added a distinct flavor to the proceedings. Brother Leo Harvey participated by preparing the homily - the theme of which was the comparison of the unending circle of the ring to the unending attainable knowledge gained through education. Following the commemoration of the Mass, seniors and their families waited anxiously for their month-delayed class symbols, which were presented to the upperclassmen by Brother John Fairfax, principal, with a word of congratulations. Registrationfkings 17 N Cheerleaders spark Raider spirit The Cheerleaders experienced an eventful summer and sports season. During the summer the squad traveled to atchitoches where they were awarded the spirit stick for superior activities. As the school year began, the squad, having only two returning Cheerleaders, worked continuously through football and basketball seasons. The combination of new cheers and hard work is credited to the Cheerleaders for spurring the Raiders to victory. I8 Activities LEFT: Cheerleader Jeanne Favors expresses her emotion during the Fair Park-Rummel football game. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Students show their Raider Pride during a football pep rally in the Commons. BOTTOM, LEFT: The Raider cheerleaders give support to the basketball team. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Members of the cheerleader corps are lback rowl Brian Smith, Scott Boudreau, Joe Davenport, Joe Hasney, Joel Barker, Eddie Breaux, lfront rowj Sharon Padua, Cindy Villavaso, Jane Otemaa, Stacy Borges, Jeanne Favors, Janet Belanger. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Bobby Casse carries the spirit flag to the Chalmette pep rally. 134 Spirit T9 IRC exposes students to foreign cultures The International Relations Club is comprised of students from both Rummel and Chapelle. The members are exposed to various dignitaries and students from foreign countries who provide them with a better understanding of international cultures and customs. The students, under the direction of Brother Gale Condit and Miss Mary Joseph, meet weekly with foreign visitors to discuss interesting facts about their countries. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Fred Landry paints a poster for the South Terrebonne baseball game. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members of Pride Unlimited are lstandingl George Smira, Louis Trager, David Collins, Mike Restel, David Crawford, Ross Ketchum, Jerry Whittle, Homer Minshew, Richard Ducombs, Maurice Vix, Chris Bucher, lkneelingl John Sharai, Keith Delahoussaye, Mark Fridge, James Lapre, Ronald Wheelahan, Tim Russell, Lionel Hibbs, Tommy Lee, Isittingl Joseph Hasney, Ivan Maheu, James Restel, Stephen Resor, and Eric Leingang. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Archbishop Chapelle members in the International Relations Club. RIGHT: Members of the International Relations Club are tstandingl Thomas Wallbillich, Mark Deckert, Pat Malone, Ramon Solares, John Waguespack, Vince Piazza, Carl Hunter, Robert Baker, Donald Lussier, Randy McCollum, Michael LeBlanc, Bruce Mattingly, Gerard Sperling, Wayne Lombardo, Ronald Gracianette, Michael Keenan, Brother Gale Condit, lsittingl Daniel Cristina, Robert Bizot, Keith LeBlanc, and Greg Cadella. TOP, RIGHT: A Russian family visits the club at a meeting. 20 Activities Pride Unlimited promotes pride in community A group which played an important part in the success of the Raider athletic teams was Pride Unlimited. The Pride' Unlimited members appeared in large numbers at athletic events to supply added rapport to the fans' cheers of "Raider Pride." This organization, which was originated by Brother Del Harris, was formed in an attempt to promote student pride both in and out of school. lRCfPride Unlimited 2l OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Drum maior Steve Borrello directs the band at a football halftime show. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Performing at a football game are Ileft to rightl Victor Leggio and Anthony Serio. BOTTOM: The trumpet section ofthe concert band rehearses before school. They are lleftl Russell Zeller, James Callaghan, John D'AngeIo, Eric Bland, Steven Campo. RIGHT: An intense Murphy Whitman. 22 Activities Band marches to successful year Clad with new uniforms and aided by the talented Chapellettes and Drill Team, the Raider band marched to numerous awards and honors. Under the direction of Maurice Varnado, this year's band was again successful as those of years past. ln addition to providing attractive exhibitions of precision and music at football half-time shows, they participated in various endeavors and marched in eight parades during the Mardi Gras season. Band 23 The band was one of two bands from New Orleans that marched in the Krewe of Mid City's Greatest Bands in Dixie Contest during the Mardi Gras. They also participated in the Argus Parade in Metairie, where they placed second in band competition. The Raiders were also the only band from New Orleans to receive a superior rating in the New Orleans Deep South Marching Festival at Tulane University. The Raider Stage band provided excellent entertainment at various functions throughout the year, including the Fine Arts Festival and several Parent-Booster meetings. They also played at the basketball games as well as participated in several contests. The band traveled to the Lafayette and Loyola Jazz festivals and received superior ratings both times. The band was honored further by the government of Poland by being invited to give a 23-day tour of the European country during the summer. 24 Activities LEFT: Drum major Steve Borrello and band march on. MIDDLE: Chapellettes Julie Frentz, Judy Cangiamilla, Christine Connell, and Kristy Hopkins perform their halftime routine. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: The clarinet section of the concert band practices before school. They are Anthony Lanson, Louis Trahan, Keith D'Anna, Gus Bertucci, Randy Oustalet, and Manuel Gutierrez. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Maiorette Dana DeVun. BELOW: Members of the Rummel Marching Band ore ffront rowl Steve Borrello, Dana DeVun, Kathy Kerth, Sarah McConnell, Janet Dawson, Debi Pfeifer, Susan Blanke, Nancy O'Neil, lsecond rowl Judy Stewart, Terri Drouilhet, Evelyn Koeniger, Cindi Willis, Mary Lisa Favret, Becky Bridges, Erin Shannon, Meg Burg, lthird rowl Sue Perilloux, Diane Dorsa, Pam Calderara, David Daigle, Alan Wiltz, Gary Lehmann, Anthony Tramonte, Steve Singletary, Keith D'Anna, Louis Trahan, Donna Deloune, Donna Tranchina, ffourth rowl Gail Cambre, Paul Boudreaux, Scott Ray, Mike Brennan, Randy Oustalet, Anthony Lanson, Gus Bertucci, Mike DlCarlo, Diane Benefeld, lfifth rowl Cheryl Downey, Robyn DeRoche, Oliver LaCoste, Rick Spansel, Alex Hunter, Greig Gonzales, Barry Flippen, Chris Roques, Vic Leggio, Vivian Slaven, lsixth l Melissa Culver, Tim Peterson, Mike York, Bruce Lambert, Kevon Myers, Donovan Allen, Rodney St. Pierre, Mike Poelma, Lori Simpson, lseventh rowl Karenohnson, Barry Gautreau, Russell Zeller, Mike Quinlan, Tom Bentz, Chris Bucher, Chris Lind, Ken Gaulter, Eric Stoulig, Cindy Reggio, feighth rowl Karen Reinerth, Lee Kellerhals, Steve Boudreaux, Steve Campo, Marc Carazo, Tony Morriz, Roy Riche, Brett Hulin, Linda Buccola, lninth rowl Suzy Guichard, Maurice Vix, James Callaghan, John D'Angelo, Pat Barney, Kerry Wolverton, Eric Blond, Joe Deckelmann, Angie Vintorella, ltenth rowl Mary Bentz, Manuel Gutierrez, Greg Leonard, Gary Gray, David Lanson, Don Kuebler, Steve Kelley, Charles Conti, Kathy Leumas, lback rowj Dennis Ford, Rodney Bourgeois, Herb Roussel, Dana Fouchi, Murphy Whitman, Ed DeWailley, Russell Hunter and Steve Fuselier. e, ' OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: The drill team stands at attention during practice. BOTTOM, RIGHT: The stage band performs at the USL Jazz Festival. BELOW: Chris Lind prepares his saxophone for practice. RIGHT: Many people attended the garage sale held by the band in order to finance a trip to Poland. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members of the Chapellette Dance Team are lfront rowl Donna Hall, Lorrie Schneider, Beth Lanson, Maureen McGuire, Donna Alvarez, Colleen McGuire, Carrie Jacob, Kim Jacob, Terri Frosch, Yvette Andries, Bonnie Hickey, Faith Grush, Vicki Sanders, lsecond rowl Cindy Meyer, Lori Richard, Kathy Kovacs, Diane Bourgeois, Donna Martiny, Toni DiMaso, Jean Vanderbrook, Cindy Sison, Lori Currera, Jean Borovechio, Bridget Kaul, Carrie Mercado, Diane Faucheux, Judy Villani, Ithird rowl Susan Bellanger, Gwen Nicolich, Lori Zimmerman, Sandra Hankel, Torrie Nicoll, Margaret Myers, Kristy Hopkins, Colleen McTague, Robin Billiot, Karen Spako, Kim McMahon, Gail Martel, Debbie Cefalu, Sally LeMay, Dawn Alexander, Iback rcwl Claudio Drivon, Judy Cangiamilla, Lisa Trapani, Desiree Plauche, Cindy Diliberto, Kathy Steigler, Christine Connell, Debbie Jacob, Julie Frentz, Nicki Manele, Kathy Deichmann, Marianne Everard, Darlene Fitzgerald, Jean Stromeyer, Heidi Ponze, Carol Frentz. I I 26 Activities f. we ::,.' we --fffi 252512551151 T i'WfM"'WT " "NTIS: Made up of girls from Chapelle, the Drill Team performed admirably, showing that the flag-carrying drills are very much a part of the Rummel band. They participated together with the band in providing entertainment throughout Metairie. The Chapellettes Dance Team also derives its girls from Chapelle and they performed as a unit with the Raider marching band and Drill Team in all of their endeavors. The girls have entertained Rummel followers for years with their precision dancing. They were honored this year by being invited to perform on the Midday program on WDSU television. The girl groups are directed by Mrs. Martha Flair. Retreats offered to underclassmen This year the liturgical program included many new facets. There were the usual masses, but occasionally new and different ideas were introduced. These included film strips and slides, rock and choral music, skits, group offerings, and even liturgical dances. All the masses were planned by the Community Action Committee of the Student Council. Still another new asset was a program of retreats and days of recollection which were introduced to the underclassmen as well as upperclassmen. They were planned by Pastoral Ministry, headed by Mr. Ralph Navarro. 28 Activities ABOVE: "Raider" Ralph Navarro explains to sophomores the purpose of the day's liturgy. LEFT: Father Harold Hughes accepts the soccer team's offering from Allen Bujol. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Freshmen observe another skit by peers at a retreat. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Brothers Robert Veselis and Michael Cimino extend peace offerings at a level mass. Liturgy 29 Student Council makes improvements The Rummel Student Council sponsored many school activities and improvements at Rummel this year. Moderated by Mr. Pete Fenner, the Student Council sponsored dances throughout the year and the task of getting good bands to play at them was done very well. Many of the students who attended the Junior-Senior prom were delighted with the performance of "IsosceIes Popsicle," a little-known but very good band whose services the Student Council was fortunate enough to procure. Two of the original members of this year's Executive Board resigned, necessitating the induction of new officers. Gary Brown was replaced as treasurer by Greg Leumas, and Junior Don Raymond was called upon to replace Pat Andrews as Vice President. It was the second time in Rummel's history that a junior was chosen as a member of the Executive Board. 30 Activities 3 Y? LEFT: Arnold Lanza and his date dance to the music at the Student Councilrsponsored Junior-Senior Prom. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Student Council officers are Don Raymond, vice president, Colin Hulin, secretary, and Greg Leumas, treasurer. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: President Walter Lorino gives his final address at the Baccalaureate mass. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Chris Lind, a candidate for vice president, gives his campaign speech. ABOVE: Members of the Student Council are lbottom rowl Bob Newell, Pat Andrews, Kevin Harris, Steve Kern, Perry Achee, Scott Zimmerman, Bruce Mattingly, lsecond rowl Kyle Boudreau, Tim Dale, Chris Lanson, William Swan, Manuel Gutierrez, Mario Guadamud, Richard Wolf, Richard Robards, Dennis McGovern, Glenn Carriere, Joe Burckel, lthird fowl Chris Accardo, Colin Hulin, Jay Valenti, Mike Murphy, Blaine Fury, Brett Hulin, Lionel Richard, James Kinberger, Ronald Wheelahan, Stephen Roias, Mark Fridge, lback rowl Phil Silva, Warren Smith, Herbie Montalbano, Chris Lind, Sheldon Fleming, Waller Lorino, Don Raymond, Keith LeBlanc, Gary Canizaro, Steve Speeg, and Guy Robertson. Student Council 31 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Alumnus Matt Bullinger escorts Homecoming Queen Janet Belanger. MIDDLE: The Homecoming bonfire . sparks enthusiasm on the freshman football field. RIGHT: Students boogie to the , jf" keyboard sounds at the Homecoming Sock Hop. I ' Belanger crowned '74 Homecoming Queen The student body enjoyed a unique experience as the '74 Homecoming got under way. This year's court candidates introduced themselves at various lunch periods as the students made final decisions on their choices for the Homecoming Court. Their choice for the '74 reigning Queen was Janet Belanger, a senior at Chapelle, who was nominated by the basketball team. As the week progressed, activities were carried out: a bonfire Friday night, followed by the annual Soc Hop featuring "lvy." Saturday preparations took place for the Homecoming motorcade which proceeded down Severn to West Metairie, winding up at East Jefferson stadium. The Rummel-Holy Cross classic kicked off at 7:30 p.m. Completing the bustling activities of this year's Homecoming was the Semi-Formal held in the Tulane Room of the Braniff Place Hotel. Music was furnished by the non-stopping sounds of "Magenta." 32 Activities 1 Jo Ann Barreca Jane? Belanger Stacy Borges Patty Clovin Jeanne Dousscn Jeanne Favors Faith Grush Mary Joan Kovacs Marilyn Loebig Donna Tranchina Homecoming 33 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Assistant Director Cheryl Morgavi gives Brother John Fairfax some tips on his acting in the faculty play. RIGHT: Keith Hymel discusses grave family matters with Pam Moreau in "Cheaper By The Dozen." ABOVE: Members of the Gilbreath family listen to Keith Hymel in one production in the Genesian Theatre. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members ofthe Genesian Players are lseated, front rowl Clay Delery, Dawn Alexander, Cris Galiour, Alice Pepitone, Leslie Landry, Danny Daigle, lseated, second rowl Kenny Junod, Gerald Lester, Robert Randazzo, Greg Kampen, Karen Dressler, Richard Wester, Lisa Ladieu, Debbie Martin, Rosolyn lrsch, Tommy Lanson, Courtney Weaver, Mike Sanders, Beth Thibodeaux, istanding, third rowl Keith Hymel, Susan Bryant, Charles Marshall, F. S. Menetre, Deborah Mayeaux, Craig DiMaggio, Jim Berthelot, Chip Stelz, Pam Moreau, Julie Maderson, Laurie Ducote, Karen Rodrigue, Janet Toribio, lstanding, backgroundl Mary Enright, Kelann Larguier, Elena Golemi, Connie Vidrine, Karen lrsch, Bob Gallinghouse, Jay Jeffers, and Homer Minshew. 34 Activities 'L- Genesians receive state honors Moderated by Mr. Charles Guajardo, Rummel's Genesian Players captured their tenth state championship this year at the State Rally held April 5th at L.S.U. in Baton Rouge. This continues the Genesians impressive record of winning at the State Rally every year that they have competed. Keith Hymel, Charles Marshall and David Tracey each won a superior rating for their participation in the play "Answers," which received the only superior rating awarded in any division. Cris Galiour won first place in Oral Interpretation. V, Genesians 35 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mr. Michael Boudreaux, Mr. Henry Rondo, and Michael Sanders rehearse in the faculty production of "ChiId's Play." OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Genesian officers are ltopl Keith Hymel, Istandingl Kenny Junod, Dawn Alexander, lsitfingl Alice Pepitone, Cris Galiour, and lbottoml Clay Delery. BELOW: Keith Hymel talks with his children in "Cheaper by the Dozen." RIGHT: Sabastian lCris Galiourl proposes to Mercy lDebbie Mayeauxl while Cymbeline IMary Meridal looks on during the One Act Play "Switched at the Crossroads or The Truth Will Oust." At the District Rally, "Answers" again won a superior rating for itself and all its participants. Four Raiders - Cris Galiour, Keith Hymel, Kenneth Junod and Richard Wester - all won superiors in Oral Interpretation, a feat accomplished by no other school at the District Rally. Robert Pavlovich won lst place in Radio Speaking and Charles Marshall placed third in the Television Speaking competition. The Raiders have an outstanding record in district competition. They are undefeated six times. As in the past, the Rummel Genesians turned out many excellent productions, including the special student- faculty production of "Child's Play." They started the year with a series of three one act plays - "Answers," "Sorry, Wrong Number," and "Switched at the Crossroads." The Genesians then proceeded to perform "Of Mice and Men" and "Cheaper by the Dozen." This was followed by a final series of three one-act plays - "S'gnarelle," "The Lottery," and "Love's Triangle." Genesians 37 Students attend Academic Olympics The Academic Games league had a successful year, with ten students attending the Academic Games Olympics. Through much help and training from the two moderators, Brother Leo Harvey and Mr. Frank Moore, the overall team was rated high. Five students working as a team won the East Bank Championship, they are Brett Hulin, Mel Netzhammer, Dana Fouchi, Gerald Lester, and Tim Trainor. Two new games were started this year - Social Studies and Linguistics. The Social Studies games had a profitable year with Joe Lacour becoming the city's overall champion. The Social Studies games are moderated by Mr. George Ryan and Linguistics group is directed by Mr. Frank Roso. N, 38 Activities ABOVE: Members of the academic social studies games league are Isittingl Jay Jeffers, Robert Schroeder, Mel Netzhammer, George Scheppegrell, Bill Salaun, Dana Fouchi, Ikneelingl Joe Benson, John Meisler, Dennis McGovern, Al Thompson, Andrew Schroeder, Gerald Lester, Istandingl Mr. George Ryan, Danny Daigle, Joseph Lacour, Richard Doskey, Tim Trainor, Greg Booth, Brett Hulin, David Pendergast, Pierre Navaille, and Ed Fuselier. LEFT: Joseph Lacour Irightl readies his move. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members of the academic-math league are Isittingl Dana Fouchi, Alan Staub, Mel Netzhammer, Tim Trainor, Jay Jeffers, Robert Schroeder, George Scheppegrell, Bill Salaun, Andrew Schroeder, Mark Burdick, Ikneelingl Steve Fuselier, Dennis McGovern, Louis Navaille, Joseph Benson, Kenneth Toca, Jack Staub, Ed Fuselier, Tony Tramonte, Gerald Lester, Richard Doskey, Istandingl Mike Swan, Billy Floyd, Larry Tortorich, Greg Booth, Brett Hulin, Steve Quidd, David Pendergast, Danny Daigle, John Meisler, and Joseph Paci. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE: Mr. George Ryan helps Mel Netzhammer Ileftl and Joseph Lacour, OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mr. Frank Moore instructs two of his winners, Mel Netzhammer and Joseph Lacour, Academic Games 39 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Members and honored guests at the first annual Raider Yearbook banquet in Fontana's Seafood Restaurant are fstandingl Mike Mulhausen, Bill Blum, Brian Verrette, Fred Landry, Robert Moldaner, Joe Deckelmann, Brother John Fairfax, principal, Mr. Joseph Serio, advisor, isittingl Chris Bucher, David Moynan, Scott Marks, Scoot of WWL-FM, Dancing Rachel, and David Vaz. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Chris Bucher frightl advises Fred Landry on photography in the darkroom. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Instructing Joe Deckelmann fleftl on what to type are David Moynan fmiddlel and Robert Moldaner. BELOW: Brian Verrette receives the yearbook award at graduation from Archbishop Philip M. Hannon. RIGHT: Bill Blum icenterl and Scott Marks irightl pick out pictures as Michael Mulhausen looks on. 40 Activities Mlm 'Raider' staff makes changes Members of the '75 Raider staff began work on this text in November with a new, inexperienced staff. From the start, the staff decided to attempt to make this annual better than ever before. The yearbook staff was edited by senior Brian Verrette and advised by Mr. Joseph Serio. They were assisted by several freshman, sophomore, and iunior staffers. Staff editors tried to use new techniques and approaches in the production of the annual. This '75 Raider is their effort. Yearbook 41 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mike Barbot parks his motorcycle in the Commons. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Jay Chong dons his antique car. RIGHT: Many students come to school on bikes. ABOVE: Steve Golden comes to school by way of bus 395. ABOVE, RIGHT: Hector Valle walks to school. 42 Activities E ti. . s X, Transportation varies for all An interesting aspect of Rummel is the type of transportation used by students to get to and from school. Although many students come on parish buses, other methods are used. Some students have their own cars, while others ride motorcycles or bikes. Still others would rather walk to and from Rummel. Some conservation- minded students get together and travel in carpools. 4wvv1"4v Transportation 43 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Kevin Gratia aims a dart to pop a balloon at the May Fair. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Alumnus Tom Graham collects money from bingo players in the cafeteria. RIGHT: A iovial winner accepts her prize from the spin-the-wheel table at the May Fair. BOTTOM: Parent Booster officers are lstandingl Mr. Manuel Gutierrez, Mr. Fred Mire, Mr. Lou Reynolds, Mr. Roland Naquin, Mr. E. J. Breaux, Mr. George Frosch, lsittingl Mrs. Agatha Gutierrez, Brother John Fairfax, Mrs. Ethel Oustalet, Mr. A. J. Gumina, Mrs. Elaine Boudreaux, and Brother Norbert Russell. BELOW: Dr. Isaac Casoriego talks with Mr, and Mrs. Rafael de Ia Torre prior to a monthly Parent-Boosters meeting. 'Na I May Fair proves success due to Parent-Boosters Contributing to the growth of Rummel is the Raider Fair, which takes place on Mother's Day each year. The fair is the year's largest fund-raising drive and is sponsored by the Parent-Boosters. Heading this year's Boosters is President Lou Reynolds, who has an executive board and they work entirely in proiects that benefit the school, like the annual May Fair. Profits from this year's fair will go as payment for the newly acquired land across from the tennis courts. The land is a total of 2.3 acres and will have a cost of approximately S200 thousand. This will be paid over a five-year period. An auditorium and baseball stadium are proposed forthe site. Parent-Boosters 45 Chorus performs at Fine Arts Festival, tours schools Under the leadership of Mr. Charles Spinosa, the Rummel chorus had another outstanding year. The chorus toured elementary schools in the surrounding area and participated in the Rummel Fine Arts Festival. Three members of the chorus placed in L.M.E.A. competition: Fred Landry with a rating of Excellent, and Charles Marshall and Chip Stelz with ratings of Good. Mr. Spinosa's motorcycle accident at the beginning of the year attributed to the slow start of the chorus. They are in the process of planning a trip to Galveston next year. TOP: Mr. Charles Spinosa practices with L.M.E.A. finalists Fred Landry, Chip Stelz, and Charlie Marshall. BOTTOM: Members ofthe Chorus are lfirst rowl Mr. Charles Spinosa, director, Craig Hill, Wayne McAdams, Steven Kern, Paul Thimmesch, Pat Walker, Greg Leonard, John Toca, Kevin Dares, David Buiol, lsecond rowl Greig Gonzales, Billy Swan, Bobby Gaudet, Jay Quatroy, David , Daigle, .lay Blessing, Billy Gaudet, Don Kuebler, Bobby Drew, lthird rowl Scott Ray, Michael Murphy, Robert Dubuc, Mario Guadamud, Billy Dupre, Wayne Lombardo, lfourth rowj Brian Credo, Larry Caillouet, Mark Fichter, James Berthelot, David Draffen, Cliff Kass, lfifth rowl Charles Marshall, Gary Crawford, Fred Landry, Pat Blackwell, Stephen Porter, Peter Quitzau, lsixth rowl Chip Stelz, Brian Clement, Ed Moran, Tony Giarrusso, Danny Ripley. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: John Fouert goes up for a shot as Mr. Donald Dessauer and Mr. Ronald Doyle look on. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Referee Jim Robarts keeps order during the senior- faculty game. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Larry Schneider makes a move against Gary Thompson and moves in for a basket. 46 Activities f"' H? S, 'wax f-A . Q! TN-.,, Seniors emerge victorious over faculty With help from a stingy defense, the '75 Seniors battled their way to a 43-39 victory over a tough faculty team. The seniors were coached by Guy Breithoff and Mr. Ronald Heckel, while the faculty was under the instruction of Mr. Ronald Doyle. Mr. Robert Whitman and Brother Dale Guilliot paced the faculty to an early lead, but the seniors forged ahead to stay in the fourth quarter with some excellent shooting by Greg Leumas and Don DeBroy. Many members of the faculty put in an appearance, including Mr. Michael Boudreaux, Mr. Floyd Simeon and Mr. Al Pontiff. The seniors' victory marks one of the few times that a senior class has defeated the faculty. There was no game played last year because of an LHSAA regulation, the regulation was changed to allow this year's game to be played. fi, Chorus!Basketball Game 47 48 Activities OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Key Club president Tim Russell accepts the first place award for his impromptu essay on the topic, "Key Club, Why?" OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Key clubbers Arthur Bayer and Jim Restel assist in adding a new dimension of school spirit, a basketball run-through. RIGHT: Fred Landry sings in the finals of the talent contest at district convention. ABOVE: Keith Delahoussaye entertains a child at the Crippled Children's Hospital. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Members of the Key Club are tstandingl Tim Russell, Jim Restel, Greg Booth, Brett Parent, Wem Martin, Arthur Bayer, Terry Duthu, Chris Flores, Tony Tramonte, tkneelingl Bobby Newell, George Alonzo, Gary Crawford, David Pendergast, John Meisler, Earl Jacob, Fred Landry, Chris Bucher, lsittingl Kevin Harris, Al Thompson, Craig Hill, Stephen Kern, Brady Hatteberg, Greg Lonero, Mel Netzhammer, and Keith LaBorde. Key Club serves school, community As a service club, the Key Club proved more than beneficial to the school. The Key Club is responsible for such things here at Rummel as planning and sponsoring Involvement Week in which local radio disc iockey Captain Humble of WWL-FM proved to be a favorite among the students. The Key Club is also very active in the community as well as the school, participating in such proiects as working at the Jerry Lewis Telethon and Crippled Children's Hospital, and sponsoring a cyclethon for the Heart Fund and other community-minded proiects. As the year came to a close, the club looked forward to hosting the fiftieth anniversary International convention held in New Orleans this summer. Key Club 49 BOTTOM, RIGHT: James Vidacovich of Open Door answers students' questions at Live Oak Elementary School. RIGHT: Robert Kensla plays games with some students. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: David Moynan tutors freshman Michael Mulhausen in algebra. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members ofthe National Honor Society are lbottom rowl Anthony Lanson, Gerald Lester, Joe Deckelmann, Brian Verrette, Steve Boudreaux, David Lanson, Rodney Bourgeois, Bill Rogers, lsecond YOWI Charlie Arceneaux, Barry Blank, Colin Hulin, Casey Geohegan, Bobby Newell, John Hardey, Bart Ponze, Jay Jeffers, Mel Netzhammer, lthird rowl Anthony Fasone, Mark Scheffler, Greg Aicklen, Chris Accardo, Jay Kinberger, David Moynan, John Tribou, Chris Bucher, Lionel Richard, Larry Tortorich, Keith D'Anna, ltop rowl Bill Schaefer, Scott Hansen, Mike Gumina, Doug Wheat, Brett Hulin, Bill Blum, Walter Lorino, Tim Billon, Herb Roussel, and Blake Hebert. Education in , drug abuse opens doors to young Open Door is a program dedicated to the prevention of drug abuse in elementary school students. This activity is in its second year at Rummel, one of seven schools participating in the New Orleans area. Brother Gale Condit is the head of the Open Door program at Rummel, which is available to iuniors and seniors with a "B" average. Rummel students participating in this program were assigned to Live Oak and Jefferson Elementary Schools. 1 I 50 Activities Honor Society aids through tutoring The National Honor Society is a special organization with the purpose of tutoring those students in Rummel who need help in their studies. The club was opened to sophomores for the first time this year and has been in existence since Rummel's beginning. The qualifications for ioining the National Honor Society are several: the student must be at least a sophomore, the student must be a member of two other clubs in Rummel, and the student must have at least a "B" average. The cIub's moderator is Brother Gabriel Daigle. Officers for the year are President Charles Hebert, Vice President Barry Blank, Secretary Brian Verrette, and Treasurer James Ledoux. Hs Open Door!Honor Society 51 52 Activities I -,tem-lien! .,... ,.., ,.,,. , , . OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Sports Editor Colin Hulin draws layouts for the newspaper. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: John Hardey reads the last issue ofthe school paper. RIGHT: Feature Editor Keith D'Anna Ileftl and co-ordinating Editor Michael Haas discuss topics for an upcoming issue. ABOVE. Brother Michael Cimino gives assistance to next year's ca-sports editor, Scott Hansen OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Members ofthe newspaper staff are lsittingj Kenny Junod Tim Russell, Stephen Boudreaux, Keith D'Anna, lkneelingl Barry Blank, Mike Tusa Colin Hulin, Rodney Bourgeois, Jack Sloan Pat Andrews, lstandingl Mike Scheffler, Bart Ponze, Blake Hebert, Warren Smith, Ted Hoerner and Brother Michael Cimino Students spark 'Digest' excellence The Raiders' Digest, headed by Brother Michael Cimino, had another excellent year. Aided by the many accomplishments of Rummel students, the staff did an excellent iob of preparing an interesting, informative newspaper. This year's staff was led by Editor-in-Chief Blake Hebert, along with News Editor Barry Blank, Sports Editor Colin Hulin, Feature Editor Keith D'Anna, and Co- Ordinating Editor Mike Haas. These students, along with a fine corps of reporters, performed their duties to perfection. Next year's staff will be headed by Editor-in- Chief Casey Geohegan. Newspaper 53 MAG members gain various honors in state Moderated by Brother Leo Harvey and assisted by Mr. A. J. Leonardi, the Rummel chapter of Mu Alpha Theta was again one ofthe most active members in District I. The Rummel chapter has meetings twice a month where the members give prepared reports and proiects dealing with special types of mathematics. ln late January, several members attended the State Convention in Lafayette. At this convention, the Raiders placed third in Team Problems, second in Equations, and first in Math Bowl competition. Bart Ponze won the Senior Scholarship contest, with David Stewart placing third, and Charles Arceneaux, fifth. Seattle, Washington, will be the 54 Activities site of this year's National Convention. Science club is very active Moderated by Mr. Al Serpas, the Science Club was very active this year. ln addition to cleaning up the Chemistry lab, the Science Club went on a field trip to the Little Gypsy Power Plant in Reserve. They also visited the Jefferson Parish Crime Lab. This year's officers are President Bill Rogers, Vice President Chris Flores, Secretary Michael Swan, and Treasurer David Crawford. TOP: Greg Aicklen performs an experiment for the Science Club. LEFT: A representative from Louisiana Power and Light demonstrates nuclear techniques. BOTTOM, LEFT: Members of the Science Club are lstandingl Jim Restel, Daniel Mumphrey, Miguel Kenning, David Crawford, Bill Rogers, Keith McMurray, Michael Aucoin, Ted Swan, Mr. Al Serpas, lkneelingl Tom Margavio, Tim Russell, Greg Aicklen, Herbert Duvoisin, Tim Peterson, Chris Schade, Karl Kuhne, David Toca, lsittingl Charles LeBlanc, Joseph Cosentino, Michael Mulhausen, Craig Hill, Donald Blum, Greg Siragusa, and Steve Kern. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: David Vaz explains Pascal's Triangle ata Mu Alpha Theta meeting. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Members of Mu Alpha Theta are lback rowj Mr. A. J. Leonardi, David Stewart, Barry Blank, Bart Panze, Randy Peters, John Russo, David Spako, Matt Colosino, Charlie Arceneaux, Blake Hebert, Greg Booth, tkneelingl Richard Doskey, Martin Bailkey, Colin Hulin, Larry Tortorich, Brett Hulin, David Moynan, Jay ' Kinberger, Anthony Fasone, Tim Trainor, tfront rowl Joe Deckelmann, John Hardey, Herb Duvoisin, Greg Aicklen, Bobby Newell, Mel Netzhammer, Gerald Lester, and Tony Tramonte. Mu Alpha ThetafScience Club 55 Language Clubs offer members activity, plus Some of the most active clubs in the school this year were the Language clubs - Spanish, French and German. The Spanish Club, moderated by Dr. lsaac Casariego, held several club meetings during the year and a club banquet at Pancho's at the end of the year. The French Club, moderated by Mrs. Lynne Cunningham, showed slides of Europe and sang Christmas carols with the Chapelle club. They also held a volleyball game against Chapelle and a football game against the German club. The French Club held their end- of-year banquet at Sclafani's. The German Club, with Mr. Richard Meagher as moderator, went on a tubing trip down the Tangipahoa River and went crawfishing. They also held a German dinner for their members. The presidents for the three clubs were Mike Henderson, Spanish, Colin Hulin, French, and Casey Geohegan, German. 56 Activities gi., ,q,,. ft Q. 3, ff ,,.f, S99 TOP: Members ofthe French Club are ltop TOWJ Brian Baudot, Kent Denapolis, Earl Lizana, Tom Daniel, Scott Sclafani, Chris Kenning, Mark Garatie, David Vaz, lmiddle rowl Stephen Fuselier, Kenneth Englert, Michael Soignet, James Lapre, James Walther, lfront rowj Eric Kaiser, Henry Montegut, Michael Quaid, Craig Hill, and Brett Hulin. MIDDLE: Members ofthe German Club prepare to set their inner tubes afloat. BOTTOM: Members of the Spanish Club are itop rowl Dr. lsaac Casariego, Brian Credo, Jay Jeffers, James Gautreou, Mitch Landry, Chuck Dugas, David St. Romain, James Berthelot, Hector Valle, Stephen Resor, Joseph Daquin, Joseph Lacour, lmiddle rowl James Roach, Richard Doskey, Tommy Quinn, Gilbert Ramos, Tim Russell, Chris Bucher, David Moynan, George Cerniglia, Joseph Cosentino, lfront rowl Mike Schultz, Kevin Reilly, Bill Salaun, Alan Staub, Ron Harper, Roy Barrios, Tom Chatelain, Ralph de la Torre, Joseph Paci. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members of the German Club are lfront rowl Mark Burdick, Greg Siragusa, David Buiol, Alan Moore, Randy Elstrott, Donald Blum, Blaine Fury, Mike Reynolds, Mike Quinlan, Robert Harper, Al Thompson, Dan Joachim, Patrick Blackwell, lsecond rowl Keith Mattingly, David Pendergast, Mark Koeninger, Tony Faucheux, Bill Johnson, Craig Frosch, Danny Daigle, Theodore Fish, Philip Lucy, Claude Escude, Howard Naquin, Allen Buiol, Kerry Wolverton, Kyle Boudreau, Matt LeBlanc, Casey Geohegan, lthird rowl John Meisler, Chris Dubuc, Lionel Richard, Derek Commander, Ricky Robards, Ben Coffman, Herb Duvoisin, Keith McMurray, Ray Burger, Joseph Allen, Charles Fontenelle, Dennis Eder, Pat Klotz, David Toca, lback rowl Mr. Richard Meagher, Kevin Martin, Tom Margavio, Carey Clement, Jay Kinberger, Mike Gumina, Randy Peters, Doug Wheat, James Pittman, George Drendel, Chuck Mancuso, David Crawford, Edward Fuselier, Chip Stelz, Charles Roser, Mike Wessel, Kenneth Kaiser, and Rodney Bourgeois. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Freshmen of the Spanish Club lbackl Alan Staub and lfrontl Charles LeBlanc enioy a Mexican Buffet at Pancho's. Language Clubs 57 58 Aciivifies 1? Banquets honor top organizations As in previous years, numerous banquets were held by different clubs and organizations. The maiority of these banquets were held in the school cafeteria. Some of these banquets were held to honor the accomplishments of the Raider sports teams such as football, baseball, golf, soccer and track, and to award trophies to the outstanding players of these sports. Other banquets were held by various organizations active within the school. These included the Student Council, the Band, the International Relations Club and the Key Club. Guest speakers were often brought in to give lectures on different topics pertinent to a particular club. The service at all of the banquets was provided by the Key Club. Many other clubs held banquets at different restaurants around the city. These included the Spanish Club at Pancho's, the French Club at ScIafani's and the yearbook staff at Fontana's. TOP: Athletic Director Ronald Doyle presents a plaque of appreciation to Dr. Courtney Russo, athletic physician. LEFT: Fall sports banquet award winners are lleftl Ed Lehrmann, Olin Kropog, Rene Toca, Greg Schaff, George Cenac, and David Spako. BOTTOM: Spring sports banquet award winners are lleftl Olin Kropog, Jim Kropog Tim Powers, Kenny Francingues, Charlie Hodgins, Billy Schaefer, Tim Richard, and Chuck Melito. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Mrs. Martha Flair displays her gift from the Chapellettes and flag team. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Key Clubbers .lim Lapre lleftl and Greg Booth serve dinner ata banquet. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Emcee A. J. Gumina gesticulates at the spring sports banquet. 1 Banquets 59 lntramural boxing proves success There were participants from all levels this year in the Rummel intramural boxing tournament. ln its third year, the occasion was fun for competitors and viewers alike. The intramurals consisted of two evenings of competition, the first being the preliminaries which set the scene for the following night. On the second night victors from previous bouts were paired against each other for the championships of their different weight classes. ln each weight class of the two divisions of freshman versus sophomore and iunior versus senior, gold and silver medals were awarded to the winners and runners- up respectively. At the end of the two nights' action, two awards were given in each division: one to the best boxer and one to the person who, in the iudges' opinions, exhibited the best sportsmanship. 60 Activities Ri K wi ABOVE, LEFT: Kevin McConnell and Jay Raspino get ready to move in on each other. ABOVE: Scott Marks has his hands taped before an upcoming bout. LEFT: Chet Hingle listens to his coach's advice. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Robert Riches' defense breaks down as Mike Murphy moves into him. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Tuxedo clad Henry Rondo emcees the boxing matches. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Kurt Schellhaas awaits chance to prove himself in the ring. Boxing 61 Juniors, Seniors rock at annual spring prom Held in late March, the annual Junior-Senior prom was highlighted by the performance of "lsosceles Popsicle." Though the group was not commonly known beforehand, students and dates alike were enthusiastic in their praise of the Baton Rouge band. The dance was held in the Jefferson-Orleans Club on Edenborn Avenue. The dance floor was large but seemed to shrink during certain popular songs. Prior to the dance, many students and their dates had dinner at various restaurants in the metropolitan area. ABOVE: Siudenfs and dates enioy the music of "IsosceIes PopsicIe." LEFT: Larry Kass's top hot and cone added to the prom's festive atmosphere. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: John Russo and Karen Spakc dance to the music of the Jefferson-Orleans. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: "Isosceles PopsicIe's" lead guifarisf. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Bill Rogers and Laurie Daroco rcdioie the excitement of the evening. Junior-Senior Prom 63 Eg up Spring activities end school year During spring, a young man's fancy often turns to scheduling for the next year's courses and various spring concerts and festivals. The annual Spring Arts Festival sponsored by the Fine Arts Department, included displays of works of art and performances by the concert and stage bands and the chorus. Later, during the spring, students had the opportunity to register for courses they would be taking next school year. Towards the end of spring, school was concluded in early June. 64 Activities LEFT: Durel Legendre lleftj, Bert Livaudais, Milton Lambert, and Darryl Leal seek course selection cards from Mrs. Pat Naquin while scheduling courses for next year. BELOW, RIGHT: Miss Cheryl Morgavi aids Jimmy Moore in scheduling. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Ramon Solares and Richard Schwab discuss their senior schedules. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: The chorus sings at one of its many spring concerts. BELOW: Mr Gerald Wagner views artwork at the Raider Fine Arts Festival. Spring 65 Seniors enioy 'South' at prom The Royal Sonesta was again the scene of the Rummel Senior Prom, held on May 16. The prom was highlighted by the performance of "South" and by the many various designs and colors of the seniors' tuxedos and their dates' evening gowns. Earlier in the evening, many couples enjoyed dinner at some of New Orleans' best restaurants. Afterward, the seniors attended private parties held throughout the New Orleans area. 66 Activities TOP: Scott Quigley and dole enioy the beginnings of u long evening. ABOVE: Pol Andrews dons Alice Cooper-like affire for the prom. LEFT: Al Capone, alias Homer Minshew, boogies with his dole. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Nelson Ducofe and girlfriend gel down with "Sou1h." OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Music inspires Roy Posquo ond dale to lake To the dance floor. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Sheldon Fleming presenls Brolher John Fairfax a check for a new irophy case. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Rober1Auberf receives communion ai the graduation mass from Archbishop Philip Hannon. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Mike Wisecarver receives an award from Archbishop Hannon. BELOW: Brolher Michael Cimino gives the homily at mass. RIGHT: Mike Sanders and his fellow seniors give a symbolic dance at mass. 68 Activilies Annual graduation mass highlighted by awards The first half of senior graduation took place on Saturday, May 24, as the 341 members ofthe Class of '75 gathered forthe annual Graduation Mass at St. .loseph's Church. Con-celebrated by Archbishop Philip M. Hannan and other priests associated with Rummel, the mass was highlighted by the distribution of awards to certain seniors. Following Brother Michael Cimino's homily, a special mass dance was performed by the seniors. At the end of the mass, the assemblage left with anticipation of the next evening's graduation. Graduation Mass 69 gag E5 f fl 3 School Graduates 341 seniors On May 25, 341 Rummel seniors were graduated at the Municipal Auditorium. This year's class was the tenth graduating class at Rummel. Barry Blank and John Russo were chosen valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, of the senior class. Brother Anthony Clement gave the invocation at the ceremony, and then Barry Blank and John Russo gave their speeches. After the main address by Mr. Joseph Bertrand, of the Archdiocesan Office of Education and a former Rummel Administrator, Brother John Fairfax gave out the diplomas to the anxious seniors. Coach Don Perret delivered the benediction. 70 Activities LEFT: Mr. Joseph Bertrand delivers the main address at graduation. BELOW: Honor graduates leave commencement exercises. BOTTOM, LEFT: Joe Burckel accepts the Archbishop Rummel Award from Brother John Fairfax. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Brother John Fairfax presents Mr. Donald Tarsney with a small going away present. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Seniors of '75, administration, and band. Munn-"' Commencement 71 RIGHT: Valedictorian Barry Blank receives congratulations from Brother John Fairfax. BOTTOM, RIGHT: John Russo, salutatoricn, deiivers the welcoming address to graduating seniors. BELOW: Olin Kropog receives the American Legion award from Barry Frilot of Jefferson Post 267 of the American Legion. 72 Activities Sports 73 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Quarterback Joe Burckel and head coach Don Perret discuss game strategy. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: The Raider defense breaks huddle against the Chalmette Owls. RIGHT: Co-captains Greg Schaff and Charlie Hodgins await the toss of the coin. TOP: Linebacker Sal Caccioppi makes one of his crushing tackles against Chalmette as defensive guard Quentin Kelly l62I looks on. BELOW: Catholic Football Champions and Louisiana State Semi-Finalists are lfront rowl Olin Kropog, Joe Burckel, Charlie Hodgins, Greg Schaff, lsecond rowl Coach Easten Roth, Gary Solera, Tim Fournier, Ray Pasqua, George Cenac, Lou Trager, David Spako, Chuck Melito, Coach Henry Rando, lthird rowl Coach Randy Johnson, David Martin, Steve Maloney, Steve Clesi, Sal Caccioppi, Rene Toco, Tom Coon, Ron Stromeyer, Jay Hussey, Head Coach Don Perret, lfourth rowI Coach George Ryan, Bobby Casse, Craig Carson, Danny Deer, Larry Dupont, Larry Oestricher, Miguel Kenning, Tommy Laurendine, Tommy Benge, Greg Brien, Charles Montelaro, Coach AI Pontiff, lfifth rowl Robert Pavlovich, Turner Kirkwood, Mike Wiedemann, Gerald Taylor, Roy Schlaudecker, Quentin Kelly, John Morise, Steve Gurley, Daryl Burckel, Mike Warren, Wayne Nosacka, Keith Robert, lsixth rowi Perry Giambrone, Dan Bosse, Don Rice, Tom St. Germain, Gary Viola, Jeff Jones, Kevin Gratia, Tommy Oddo, Chris Bonnett, Greg Deichmann, Kenneth Pfau, Eric Minshew, Mark Monrose, lback rowj Robert Fiedler, Chris Prieur, Greg Farnet, Henry Gonzales, Ed Horridge, Rod Grayson, Blaine Fury, Rickey Robards, Brian Castanza, James Hodgins, Felix Burch, Scott Zimmerman, David Romig, and Mike Jones. it Raiders win district, advance to playoffs Lacking size and experience, the Raiders were supposed to have a rebuilding year in 1974, instead, the squad's size was overcome by speed and its lack of experience was offset by determination and pride. The end result was the school's first outright Catholic district football championship. Under the masterful eye of head coach Don Perret, the Raiders utilized a potent offensive attack via the veer and combined this with its vaunted "Super Ants" defense. He said the district title was the climax of the season, but his Raiders advanced to the State Semi-Finals where they were outpointed in Shreveport by state runner-up Fair Park. ' The Raiders began their road to state in the annual Christian Brothers' Jamboree where they outmanned the St. John Chargers, 14-O. Pre-district action began the following weekend against East Jefferson. The veer offense began rolling and picked up three touchdowns for a 21-0 score. Abramson proved tough as the 21 -1 9 score indicates. The Raider defense faltered several times, but produced one of the Rummel scores as Tom Coon recovered a Commodore fumble in the endzone. Quarterback Joe Burckel led the team by completing 6 of 7 passes for 91 yards and by running for 86 more. Greg Schaff ran for 1 12 yards. Football 75 The Rummel defense came back strong the following week against Redemptorist and was led by linebackers Olin Kropog and Sal Caccioppi. The Super Ants recovered fumbles deep in Ram territory twice and the offense converted these into scores. An additional score came when Ray Pasqua topped off a 63 yard drive by scoring from 3 yards out. The final score was 21-6. Even the squad was surprised by its 35-O romping over the Chalmette Owls the next week. Quarterback Burckel dazed the Owls by his ball handling. Pasqua scored 3 times while teammates Greg Brien and Ron Stromeyer each added scores. It was the defense's time to shine the next week against De La Salle, as the Cavs were held to only 40 total yards offensively. The Raider offense churned out 16 points, with one score coming on a well-executed 30 yard strike from Burckel to Tim Fournier. The final score was 16-O. 76 Activities LEFT: Running back Greg Schaff drags a hapless defender for extra yards. BELOW: Defensive end Tom Coon ltopl and defensive guard Rene Toca stop a Shaw running back for a loss as defensive tackle Craig Carson moves in to assist. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Coach Henry Rando holds the famed lo quarters representing the 16 consecutive quarters of unscored periods for Jesuit against Rummel. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Running back Greg Brien flies into the open arms of a Holy Cross defender. BOTTOM: Members of the freshman football team are lfront rowl Mark Fuselier, Joseph Pecoraro, James Roach, Greg Raymond, William Bagley, Kirk Pareti, Charles Roser, David St. Romain, Kirk Kennedy, Albert Burns, lsecond rowl Perry Achee, James Sansovich, Daniel Bosch, Shawn Rigdon, Mike St. Germain, Jay Quatroy, Charles Jonau, Kevin Dares, Paul Scoriels, Manuel Carames, Karl Hite, John Joseph, George Breedy, lthird rowl Darren LeBlanc, Andrew LeBlanc, Steven Horridge, Pat Warren, Thomas Doussan, James Lousteau, Charles Fontenelle, Darrel Robelot, Michael Ramirez, Kevin Crochet, Paul Lanclos, Craig Frosch, ltop rowl Coach George Ryan, Brian Brewster, James Rumney, Richard Marrs, Sean King, Walter Hogan, Michael Hebert, Michael Wessel, Coach Larry Schneider. Football 77 Everyone wore stickers saying "Rondo the Jays" and that's exactly what the Raiders did to Jesuit. The Raider offense was not overly aggressive, but the defense was flawless. Linebacker Sal Caccioppi came up with 2 interceptions to stall Blue Jay drives and an inspired goal line stand prevented the Jays from crossing the Raider goal line and extended the Raider streak to 16 straight quarters. The Raiders whitewashed the Jays, 21-zip. Rummel was by now the city's Number One team and extended its streak to seven games without a loss with a 27-7 win over Shaw. Against Holy Cross, the Raiders were plagued by mistakes in their first loss of the season, I4-21. Despite the errors, it was a close contest but the Tigers came out on top. Except for the Raiders, most people thought the season was over for Rummel. After the loss to Holy Cross, the Raiders' next foe was pre-season favorite Brother Martin. The Crusaders iumped out on top 7-O before a bomb from Burckel to Charlie Hodgins tied the score. Late in the game, Greg Schaff plunged into the end zone for a 'I4-7 win with just 27 seconds remaining. "Raider Pride" was triumphant again. The battle for the district title was set for the next weekend against St. Augustine. The Raiders caught the Big Purple sleeping on a halfback pass from Ray Pasqua to Charlie Hodgins for the Raiders' only score. Leading 7- 0 going into the final minutes of the game, Rummel found the Purple Knights with an opportunity to tie or win the game when they scored late in the final quarter. St. Aug went for the tie, the kick was wide, the Raiders were district champions. WE'RE NUMBER ONE! gl 78 Activities LEFT: Jubilant Raiders carry Coach Don Perret off the field after the Raiders attained another District Championship. BELOW: Defensive men Louis Trager, Dave Martin, and Craig Carson watch offensive progress from the bench. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Quarterback Joe Burckel aims while the offensive line gives protection. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Linebacker Sal Caccioppi takes part in gang tackling Chalmette's Rusty Rogerson with assistance from Gerry Taylor Q81 I. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Running back Ray Pasqua breaks loose for one of his many runs against district competition. Raider Pride travels to meet state foes For the third consecutive year, the Raiders entered the state football playoffs. ln what was supposed to be a close contest, the Raiders ran over their cross-town rivals from Bonnabel, 27-14. Ray Pasqua was the catalyst of the offense by gaining 218 yards on 25 carries. Moving up to quarter-final action, the Metairie Raiders trekked to Hahnville to face the town's Tigers. The "Rumble" Raiders found the big Tigers hard-hitting but Greg Schaff still drove for 120 yards and a Rummel score. Chuck Melito's extra point gave the Raiders a 7-6 margin over the Tigers. The Raiders eventually held and won, 7-6. Next was semi-final action. ,L -w- ,,...e..f F.. 1 is 15124 ls., 11... :.Qf1.,4,1..jgf if K sss. zz ,., wigs ,fig-t.',.sMy1 ie, sg 2 Chalmettep A De La Salleiy. 1. il 1 Jesuit . . .f will ,.- Qfrii 1 -- . . . ff - 14. :h. 4 1 .x..L ,. fvzesf. .Q in 4421: -: 1--1 1 . . .Holy N St. Augustine A eff-itfxfeitstsivaffaffs ii- . vga-5 LEW: Defensive safety Dave Martin, Rummel's leading interceptor, cuts upfield after picking off another pass with blocking assistance from Sal Caccioppi 1411 and Tom Laurendine. BELOW: Offensive end Gary Solera 1881, defensive safety Dave Martin 1371, and offensive end Tim Fournier 1861 form a wedge for Greg Brien on a kickoff return. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Linebacker Sal Caccioppi 1411 hangs onto a Bonnabel runner as Daryl Burckel1351, Tom Coon 1851, Rene Toca 1641, and Craig Carson move in to assist. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Defensive safety Dave Martin 1371 and linebacker Daryl Burckel 1351 tackle a Hahnville runner in the State Quarter-Final game. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Flanker Charlie Hodgins advances the ball upfield on a flanker reverse with blocking from Ray Pasqua. Id' Football 81 Raiders lose to Fair Park in state semi-finals Travelling to Shreveport, the Raiders were shut-out by the Indians of Fair Park at the Louisiana State Fair Grounds. The Indians were beaten in every category except that in points. The Raiders had their chances, but could not get across the goal. Fair Park went on to the state championship game against Tara of Baton Rouge. After the season's climax, head coach Don Ferret was named Coach of the Year while quarterback Joe Burckel was named the district's Most Valuable Player. Numerou others received recognition: Joe Burckel, Greg Schaff, Olin Kropog, and Dave Martin were all-district, Gary Solera, Ray Pasqua, Sal Caccioppi, and Ron Stromeyer were second team all-district, Greg Schaff was named to the all-state team, and Schaff and Olin Kropog were named All-Americans. Football was Raider Pride. Football 83 Runners begin season with wins The Raider Cross Country team started the season off on the right foot with victories over Brother Martin, Holy Cross, Kennedy, and several other teams in dual meets. The squad was led by Ed Lehrmann, .lay Kinberger, Mike Scheffler, Joe Davenport, Scott Quigley, Ben Mercier, and Ed Womac. The team looked optimistically ahead for district and city titles until iniuries claimed three of the top eight runners in the harrier line-up. The Raiders were still able to get second place in district and third place in city, which can be attributed to Coach Ronnie Doyle's coaching ability and the team's hard work - six mile sprints on the Lakefront each day. 84 Activities LEFT: Cross Country coach Ronnie Doyle barks out instructions. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Ed Lehrmann strives to stay ahead. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Raider sprinters Michael Scheffler lleftl, Scott Quigley, and Eddie Womac pass a Holy Cross runner and all prepare to pass Martin's Scott Landry. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT TOP: Jay Kinberger runs the Lakefront course. BELOW: Members of Rummel's cross country team are lfront rowl Alan Roux, Ed Suffern, Doug Womac, Tommy Naquin, Bernard Mercier, Mike Scheffler, tri-captain Ed Lehrmann, Tim Billon, tri-captain Joe Davenport, lback rowl Ed Womac, Coach Robert Martin, Wayne McAdams, Robert Vega, Michael Piazza, Jimmy Le Doux, Tom Daniels, Robert Miller, Coach Ronnie Doyle, tri-captain Jay Kinberger. Cross Country 85 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mike Ford struggles to escape a pin. OPPOSITE PAGE, MIDDLE: A cross body ride is being demonstrated by Raider grappler Eldridge Leger. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Alain DeIaVillesbret gives support to a teammate in action onthe mat. RIGHT: Bill Nelson intimidates an opponent in one of his numerous victories. BOTTOM: Members ofthe Raider Wrestling team are lfront rowl Danny Mumphrey, Alan Dale, Kevin Guilbeau, Barry Bordonaro, Mike Babin, Eldridge Leger, lsecond rowl Steve Speeg, Mike Ryan, Frank Milazzo, Nelson Ducote, Bill Nelson, Ben Toledano, lthird rowj Victor Bernier, Matthew Ponsetti, Eddie Esposito, Lewis Mercier, Alan Staub, lfourth rowl Coach Dennis Murphy, Mike Yazbeck, Larry Richard, Bobby Riches, Hamy Andressen, Bobby Oswald, Jay Raspino, Jay Suter, Jack Staub, Alain DelaVillesbret, Coach A. J. Leonardi, lfifth FOWI Mike Ford, David Menendez, Pat Malone, Jerry Mialaret, Steve Martiny, Bobby Dubuc, Chip Soule, Everett Fetzer, Robert Harper, Steve Boos, fback rowl Henry Montegut, Ray Thorn, Greg Cadella, Bobby Dale, Bill Thomas, Mickey Richard, Richard Tompson, Billy Johnson, Jimmy Bonnot, George Scheppegrell. 86 Activities ui' Grapplers place 2nd in parish Though not so consistent as in previous years, the Raider wrestling squad did come through when it counted. They registered a 6-10 record, placing second in parish and sixth in both City and State competition. The team had four Parish Champions: Eldridge Leger, 98 lbs., Bill Nelson 119 lbs., Kevin Guilbeau, 138 lbs., and Mike Ryan, 145 lbs. Two Raider grapplers captured state crowns: Eldridge Leger, 98 lbs., and Mike Ryan, T45 lbs. Coach Dennis Murphy stated that although the team is losing ten seniors from this year's team, the squad should have a real fine team in the future due to experience and a fine iunior varsity program. Wrestling 87 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Rusty Jones attempts a steal. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Tim Powers guards Cavalier center Lee Blankenstein. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Tim Richard outruns Holy Cross defender Robert Lipton to score a basket. RIGHT: Co-Captain Guy Breithoff battles for position against De La SalIe's John Lorio. BELOW: Members of the varsity basketball team are lfront rowl David Buiol, Robert Fiedler, Scott Hansen, Joe Morkey, Guy Breithoff, Milton Herbert, Tim Powers, Ron Gustafson, Bill Schaefer, Mike Gumina, fback rowI Tom Lee, Don Murphy, Tim Richard, Rusty Jones, Murphy Whitman, Mark Scheffler, Ken Francingues, AI Thibodeaux, Wayne Quigley, Paul Vitrano, Phil Simoneaux. I B8 Activities Basketball squad turns out winning season Before the start of the season, the Raider basketball team had high hopes. Although they lacked great height, the Raiders had speed and experience. Coach Jim Robarts felt that several teams in the district, including Rummel, had possibilities of taking district honors. However, the Raiders suffered from injuries throughout the season and could not operate with much consistency. In pre-season action, center Guy Breithoff was out with a broken iaw, and his absence showed on the team's play. They performed sluggishly in their first four outings and won only one. When Breithoff was back in the lineup, the team began to play good ball. They defeated eight teams in succession beginning with East Jefferson and ending with Chalmette. A Basketball 89 The streak of victories was interrupted when the Raiders yielded to De La Salle, 55-66, but picked up once again in the following games. Newman, Bonnabel, and Jesuit fell to a spirited, healthy Raider team. ln their second meeting with De La Salle, disaster struck for the Raiders. Leading Raider scorer Rusty Jones was fouled, leaving him with torn ligaments in his left leg, the Raiders lost, 42-47. Without Jones in the lineup, the Raiders managed to slip by Chalmette, 52-48, but fell to Holy Cross in the next outing. They came back again, beating Shaw, 69-46, but could not keep it going. Although Jones was back for the Brother Martin game, he was not well and the Raiders fell, 57-74. The following game was against St. Augustine, which found Rummel losing again. Jones re-iniured his leg and was out for the season. 90 Activities ABOVE: Mike Gumina attempts to screen out an Eagle defender as Alan Thibodeaux and Tim Richard prepare for the rebound. LEFT: Murphy Whitman drives through for two points against De La Salle's Carl Schofield. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Alan Thibodeaux outmaneuvers his adversary. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: The ref calls a foul on Guy Breithoff. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members ofthe iunior varsity team are lfront YOWI George Hingle, Chuck Dorvin, Wade Blundell, Dean Carpenter, Milton Herbert, Jim Pittman, Don Schneider, Robert Fiedler, lback rowl Greg Lonero, Brady Hatteberg, Jay Sigl, Bill Kampen, Paul Vitrano, Tim Kotteman, Fred Kinsley, Barry Barocco, and Greg Weber. Basketball 9l Playing with consistency, the squad defeated Jesuit, 72-55, and De La Salle, 61-44. The rest of the regular season was not rewarding, as the Raiders won only three of their last seven games. This year a new system was incorporated for determining the top two teams in district. The team with the best overall record became the district champion and all other teams, regardless of their records, went into a playoff for second place. Rummel started out well in the playoff by beating Shaw, 60-34, but yielded to a tough De La Salle team in the second game, 60-70, ending the season for the Raiders. Although the Raiders did not get to the state playoffs, the season did have many high points. Rusty Jones became the third leading scorer in Rummel history with a career total of 894 points. Billy Schaefer was named to the second team all-district squad, and Guy Breithoff and Rusty Jones received honorable mentions. 92 Activities LEFT: Co-caplain Rusty Jones avoids a Blue Jay defender. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Billy Schaefer oufreaches Owl defenders for anolher rebound. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Murphy Whitman is under pressure. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Anxiously walching from The bench are llefll Tim Richard, Tim Powers, Mark Scheffler, and Mike Gumina. BOTTOM: Members of the freshman fecm ore lfronf rowl Barry Barocco, Jim Flaherty, Wade Blundell, Dean Carpenter, Jay Sigl, Scoh Sclafani, Bill Kampen, lback rowl O. J. Valefon, Bruce Chcrbonnel, Jim Piffmcin, Sfeve Resor, Fred Kinsley, Tony Germode. - 2 ev: iswfvi :,. X Wim Bcskefball 93 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Head Coach Jim Robarts discusses strategy with Rusty Jones for upcoming action. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Billy Schaefer attempts to block a pass by a Shaw Eagle. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Wayne Quigley goes up for a basket against the Cavaliers. RIGHT: Raiders Tim Richard, Rusty Jones, and Guy Breithoff stand posed and ready for an oncoming rebound. IT' It " W I I K 5 5 3 b DL myth 2 . T ag' . I f a I ! I it A 152 E I il I ,, . , 542 fa -hi, :ii ' I 25 . - VV , lik? MQW, Z iw 5' l J . Wag 14 gig: ig ,Z -IZIQ I Z, s . 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Tf!3?Z" "Q"'?9 af 5.175 5 F I W .H Wff, V- www A . .4-1wJ:ffm:fQMa 1wsM?z" , I f . 94 Activities . 1 ivv 32 . 6: in .., Coached by Myles Seghers, the Raider Junior Varsity team posted a I7-7 record en route to capturing the District l I-AAAA championship. After winning seven and losing three in pre-district action, the Raiders faltered, losing two of their first three district games. Things then began to iell for the team, as they reeled off seven consecutive victories before falling to Holy Cross, 65-67. The team bounced back after the defeat, beating Shaw and Brother Martin. Then the Raiders lost again, this time to St. Augustine, 68-71, in the final clash. However, they had registered the best record in l ll-AAAA iayvee action and thus were named 1975 iunior varsity champs. The team was led by co-captains Paul Vitrano and Don Schneider. Milton Herbert led the team in rebounds and assists, and Don Schneider, Robert Fiedler, and Wade Blundell all averaged in double figures for the year. Basketball 95 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Warren Smith dribbles down field. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Greg Nieto blocks a Shaw attempt, BELOW: Bill Finn outmaneuvers a Bonnabel defender. RIGHT: Proud Raiders display the championship trophy after a 2-l victory over Bonnabel. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Members ofthe soccer team are lback rowj Brother Alphonse LeBlanc, moderator, William Martin, William Finn, Alfred McDaniel, Warren Smith, Robert Woodard, Richard Ducombs, Edward Gautier, John Glaser, Andy Pierce, Bob Zacary, Greg Nieto, lmiddle rowl Allen Buiol, Ray Price, Tom Doonan, Eric Leingang, Andrew Porter, Manuel Gutierrez, lbottom fowl Robert Andries, Brian Smith, Casey Geohegan, Robert Troquet, Don Gaudet. J Soccer team takes 2nd city title Although not favored initially, the Raider soccer team captured its second consecutive city championship with a 7-0-3 league record. Under the coaching of Brother Alphonse LeBlanc and led by co-captains Eric Leingang and Ray Price, the team went undefeated in league play, and thus advanced to the city playoffs. Their first playoff game found them pitted against Country Day, a previous adversary who had battled Rummel to a tie. This time, however, the Raiders ended play on top of a 2-l score, with both scores coming from senior Tom Doonan. The city championship did not come easily, as Bonnabel proved hard to defeat. Numerous saves by Raider goalie Casey Geohegan kept the score tied l-l in the waning moments. The winning point came when Ray Price scored on a penalty kick from 12 yards out with only the Bonnabel goalie there to defend. Soccer 97 Diamondmen finish fourth in state The Raider baseball team had another successful season, although they did not do so well as they had in pastyears. The Raiders were District i I-AAAA runners-up behind Brother Martin, with a IO-4 district record. The Raiders were 4-3 in the first round, but lost to De La Salle in the second place playoff 0-2. ln the second round, the Raiders finished atop the district with a 6-'l record. ln the District 1 l-AAAA championship game against Brother Martin, the Raiders battled the Crusaders throughout the game, only to wind 98 Activities up on the short end ofa heartbreaking O-I decision. Raiders 4 2 3 Brother Mgftin ..... '. . . .'A: West Jeffersonggi, . .L ' a vm Terrtebonefmkir. New Iberia ...... . ,k., ,cm,fzfv,1:-.J-fir, 5" - . . '14,-4 BELOW: Mike Warren and teammates congratulate Steve Speeg after he hit in the winning run against Holy Cross. BOTTOM: Members of the Raider baseball team are isittingj Tommy Lee, Chris Accardo, Michael Warren, Joseph Valenti, Robert Fiedler, Kirk Frosch, lkneelingl Tony Lala, Don Murphy, David Landry, Jim Kropog, Eric Leingang, Mike Ryan, David Stokes, Daryl Burckel, istandingl Coach George Ryan, Gus Malespin, Clay Morgan, Timothy Richard, Charles Melito, Steve Speeg, David Persons, Kenneth Francingues, Mark Lassalle, Coach Larry Schneider. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Gus Malespin strides to reach first base. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Tim Richard nabs a De La Salle Cavalier at second base. -1' 9 Baseball 99 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Steve Speeg watches the opposition as he advances around the bases. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Jim Kropog attempts to tag an advancing runner. BOTTOM, LEFT: The Raider jayvee team members ore lbock rowl Coach Bob Whitman, Daniel Bosse, Don Rice, Don Schneider, Tim Bender, Billy Kampen, John Sigl, Robert Fiedler, Craig Frosch, Coach George Ryan, fkneelingl Eric Castoy, Stephen Foley, Philip Lucy, Blaine Fury, Mike Ryan, Tip Murphy, Steven Golden, Jose Pagan, Clement Smith, Theodore Fish, George Ryan, Jr., Mike Quinlan, fsittingl Carl Poche, James Dumestre, O. J. Valeton, Brian Thompson, Michael Reynolds, Wayne Burckel, and Drew LeBlanc. BELOW: Chuck Melito puts out runner in state playoffs. RIGHT: Kenny Francingues, all-state pitcher. . , T , ..,. , r , , re. ,..,, W, or T, ,,., .,., A IOO Activities , I ,.,. Q4 i 5 ..' ff PM 5 Y it H. QM 'iv v 5: fmt yd' M. Q The Raiders advanced to the state playoffs where they defeated West Jefferson 3-O in a regional game. The Raiders scored all three of their runs in the seventh inning. The Raiders continued on to the state quarterfinal playoffs at Baton Rouge. There, the Raiders defeated a tough South Terrebonne team, 3-l . The Raiders' victory string was to end here, however, as they suffered a 2-4 defeat at the hands of a hard-hitting New Iberia team. The Raiders concluded with ci l2-7 overall record, good enough for a fourth place finish in state. Three Raiders placed on the l l-AAAA All-District team Tim Richard, Jim Kropog, and Gus Malespin. Ken Francingues was chosen as a pitcher onthe All-State team. gl Ex .S Baseball lOl Swimmers finish highest ever Coached by Mr. Patrick Connell and Mr. Ralph Navarro, the Raider swim team placed fifth in the state meet. This accomplishment was the best a Rummel team has ever done in this sport. The team posted a 4-3 season then went on to place fourth in the city championship. Next was the state meet. Bill Johnson set a state record in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 122.52 and Bryan Fritscher placed second in the breaststroke. The outlook for next year should be good with only three swimmers being graduated. LEFT: Members of the tennis team are tback rowl Coach Donald Dessauer, Ricky Fontova, Michael Soignet, Allen Rupple, Cliff Vogel, Mark Begault, Steve Kern, Earl Gray, David Everett, Brother Robert Todd, lfront rowl Billy Dupre, John Bunel, John Bowen, Steve Bland, and Jimmy Vega. BOTTOM: Allen Rupple shows his expertise in serving the tennis ball. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members of the swimming team are tstandingl Coach Pat Connell, Earl Gray, Phil Driscoll, Tim Dale, David Collins, Bryan Fritscher, Bill Johnson, Peter Dunn, Scott Marks, Pat Barney, Russell Hunter, Brother Del Harris, lmiddle rowl Mark Mabile, Kirk Frosch, Peter Posner, John Highstreet, David Creger, Kenneth Dunn, Richard Ploisance, Mark Avocato, James Callaghan, lsittingl Rusty Zeller, Eugene Henne, Thomas Keenan, Aldo Waters, Tom Chatelain, Perry Achee, and Bill Saloun. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: David Creger readies for his segment of a four man relay at a state meet. Tennis team finishes second The Rummel tennis team, led by Allen Rupple and Cliff Vogel, posted an 8-2 record for the year. This accomplishment entitled them to a tie with De La Salle for second place in the New Orleans lnterscholastic Tennis Association. Coached by Mr. Don Dessauer and Brother Robert Todd, the squad did well this year and the team's mentors feel they should have another successful year in "76." Swimming!Tennls lO3 IO4 Raider thinclads capture 2nd district title Led by seniors Charlie Hodgins and Scott Quigley, the Raider track team captured the District I I-AAAA title for the second consecutive year. The Raiders outpointed Holy Cross 82-74 for the victory. The Raiders won three meets during the season, capturing the Shaw Invitational, the Raider Relays, and the Jesuit Invitational. The outstanding performances were spread out as different thinclads came through in each meet. In the Shaw Invitational, Scott Quigley won the 880 yard run with a fine time of 2:01 .6. His leg as anchor man on the mile relay team was clocked at :49.5. Olin Kropog captured the shot put with a throw of 5O'3". I mmm 5 ,w"'W ABOVE: Jett Jones and Steve Lousteau strive to lump hurdles and pass their Holy Cross opponent. LEFT: Scott Quigley tries to beat his opponent to the tape. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Alan Roux and Jay Kinberger run in Covington. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Ken Cristina vaults over the bar. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Members ofthe Catholic league district championship track team are lfront fowl Mike Sanders, Mike Scheffler, Greg Schaff, Olin Kropog, Tim Fournier, Scott Quigley, Charlie Hodgins, Steve Lousteau, Joe Burckel, Murphy Whitman, Isecond rowl Charles Montelaro, Ben Mercier, Ed Womac, Alan Roux, Kenny Lambert, Ray Dugas, Steve Gurley, Don Rice, Scott Zimmerman, Kent Denapolis, Tommy Laurendine, Brother Michael Cimino, lthird rowl Richard Molaison, Doug Womac, William Sherer, Kenny Pfau, Jeff Jones, Craig Carson, Ed Lehrmann, Jay Kinberger, Coaches Robert Martin and Ronald Doyle, lback fowl Coaches Randy Johnson and Ronald Heckel, Bobby Casse, James McAdams, Tommy Daniel, Keith Robert, Bruce Laborde, Tim Billon, Glenn Lane, Mike Jones, Mike Piazza, Chris Bonnett, and Roy Schlaudecker. Track I05 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: While appearing to float in air, Joe Burckel and Jeff Jones perfect the boton hand-off. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Tim Fournier clears the high jump bar. RIGHT: Mike Jones rounds the oval. FAR RIGHT: Jim Billon follows through after the shot. BELOW: Members ofthe junior varsity track squad are ifront rowl Michael Piazza, Doug Womac, Kenneth Pfau, William Sherer, Steve Gurley, Don Rice, Jeff Jones, Scott Zimmerman, Chris Bonnett, Mike Jones, isecond rowl Mike Charlet, Mike Vila, Mark Schexnoyder, Howard Naquin, Tim Peterson, Joseph Paci, Albert Randazzo, Glenn Scott, Robert Hamilton, Don Leftwich, Frank Daigle, lthird rowl Greg Raymond, Mike St. Germain, Fred Klotz, Richard Marrs, Frank Saraya, Kyle Boudreau, Steven Chatelain, Kenneth Englert, John Joseph, lback rowl John Kent, Chris Prieur, Joseph Pecororo, Scott Sclafani, George Breedy, Kirk Pareti, Philip Driscoll, Ed Suffern, David Perrone, Steve Bordelon, Durock Hebert, and Dan Bosch. . --I , It IO6 Activities ln the Raider Relays, hosted by Rummel, Steve Lousteau came through with two excellent performances, one a meet record :15.3 in the 120 yard high hurdles. He also took the 180 yard low hurdles with a 121.5 clocking. Greg Schaff prevailed in the long lump competition with a leap of 21 '33!4". The Jesuit Invitational was a total team performance. Jeff Jones' times of 115.3 in the 120 yard high hurdles and a :20.0 in the 180 yard low hurdles were meet records and gained him the recognition as the meet's outstanding runner. Scott Quigley won the 440 yard dash with a time of 152.7 and was a member of the 880 yard relay team which turned in a winning time of 1:33.1. Olin Kropog captured the shot put competition with a heave of 5O'1V4". The Raiders are losing their sprinters and relay men, and therefore will have to rely on their distance runners, hurdlers, and field men for a good season next year. Track 107 Cloutier leads Raider bowlers Moderated by Mr. Floyd Simeon, the Rummel Bowling Team rolled their way to a fourth place first round finish. The team was not too successful in the second round as they fell to a sixth place finish. Leading the team was captain Frank Cloutier, with a l72 average, along with Stu Dimak's 168. Other starters were Ed Daniels, 161, Mark Werner, 162, Mike Muntz, l62, and Bill Blum, l5O. George Alonzo, with a l45 average, was an alternate. 108 Activities Golf team finishes lst in district The Rummel golf team, moderated by Mr. Lee Lanoux, had another outstanding year, as they were named l l- AAAA co-champions, along with De La Salle. The Raiders finished with a l2-2 record, going 6-l in both the Fall and Spring Leagues, losing only to De La Salle each time. The Raiders moved on to the regionals, where they finished third out of 14 teams, four shots out of first. At the state tournament, the Raiders finished sixth out of l4 teams, with Tony Giambelluca tied for ninth in individual competition with a 76-77-l43. Three Raiders received All-District honors: seniors Tony Giambelluca and John Glaser, and sophomore Carl Poche. Giambelluca was also named as the team's most valuable player. TOP LEFT: Tony Giambelluca follows through with an iron shot as Mike Argote looks on. ABOVE: Members ofthe golf team are lstandingl Coach Lee Lanoux, Mark Bernard, Robert Condon, Murphy Whitman, Phil Silva, Mike Giambelluca, Fred Hoffman, fsittingl John Glaser, Mike Argote, Tony Giambelluca, and Carl Poche. LEFT: John Glaser pitches out of a sand trap as teammates Mike Giambelluca, Robert Condon, and Fred Hoffman observe. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Members of the bowling team are lkneelingl Frank Cloutier, George Alonzo, Mike Muntz, fstandingl Ed Daniels, Mark Werner, and Bill Blum. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Keggler Mark Werner. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Bill Blum bowls for another strike. Bowling!Golf 109 ,f x xinl xi X 9 1. .N ,..,.i ,' , ',4ns ' .iv f 1 1 ll I U Q fif' I x Nee- lc- If 1 - Q5 , Auf arwf :"""'fhQ.A0h ' WEP V4 f' min ef ,V1fJ33,gE L V 5 29529 WWW , I id A X 5 Sf' ff' if ' r R W6 ' WW V ff? 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IJ fi ,YQ W- X Q 1 ffl: f , ' J -77 . . - ' A ' - , - , I 1 ' A -'Q ,UVL if y, , ff If 44L'A N ff .J7' ,, , Y' al 4 ' V f7 J - " if . V x, lx. IIA, ,5 in f 4! 3, 7 ,, j .. P 5 f ,h H 1 jf h V 3,2 , f , i 5 f , I 5 3 -' A ,pf f wi ,jffi 'Ai 'gg W I S' Q! 5 A Md ' - 3 X 52:2 wk L ' 4 J. Y Q 'N uff ,M Q , soclc e W ' ' L fy ! ,A V Ali' wr' A-L A ' X XXX' V I . K - .VI 1 V '1 ,iff - , A V iafes H! 'kt A A ' K wx x . x m ML Z M Q . X X i A X Z r OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Brother John Fairfax, nattily attired in his special Rummel tie, and Mr. Don Perret proudly accept the district football trophy. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Brother John works in his office. RIGHT: He discusses the newspaper with iunior Tim Powers. BELOW: ln the student-faculty production of "Child's Play," Brother John gets special instructions from Mr. Chuck Guaiardo, Genesians director. 'I 12 Associates RELENME Brother John surely means 'Raider Pride' Probably no other person on campus represents Raider Pride better than the school's principal, Brother John Fairfax, FSC. As a member of the school's original faculty, he has been a Raider since l962. He was here when Head Football Coach Don Perret first coined the phrase "Raider Pride" and he has been a staunch supporter of it ever since. Brother is a strong advocate of a modern classroom program of student responsibility. Students and faculty members respect him for this. In the eyes of anyone ever associated with Rummel, Brother John Fairfax is Raider Pride. Principal l 13 Three administrators work for school Assisting the principal in the operations of the school are three other members of the Rummel administration. Brother Brendan Hayden, assistant principal, directs the academic areas of the school. He assists students in registering for classes and works with departments in their individual programs. Dean of Students is Mr. Joseph Miller. His task is oftentimes arduous, he must keep tabs on the moves of the 1,350 Rummel students. Assisting Mr. Miller is the assistant dean, Mr. Pete Fenner. His responsibilities include moderating the Student Council and working with the Dean of Students wherever possible. l 14 Associates new l gf' is f,s.m.ow.m...nh.mWv3MwwQ-smcswfiswislg -fe-ffwwi-ewes ,.-Qws,zw-ls... it if it 'L,L i flip? vs as!!! Lks?sr'Lzfaoz1t wvis.,s-wwns ,ww . L.tx f Dewartments sl ,rk A N-NWTY - ! ffm ,Q 1 If ' ,IxN,f.,. V 5 f H '- , . ,,.l. ,A,, .,.. , 'A,. :.L Q V 5 L.,. . ...., -mf :fwwsf s.-dahuuyoiri ..-an .... " V ,, , , f! 'mb ., ,L f P .. - e, -I iw H f ' V ' P . K .... .ed , ,, ,- - ---f 2 "-" ' " K . ., A h T . frat? 5 is ,T S Q . 15" X S E eww . ,, ,,, . ., , H x P ' f 1 'f , , .,,. f i ... f " " . I , .,... . , 5211- 7 I . K . f , .,,., .. . ,. . 1 ..., . All gk V ' -M - A ' .WW 'wwf-X' "xi 412525 f ,, , - f 321121r.5w12f1i,zf1i2?25 553 f u l? . Y , , , ' 1 "h' f--- , K I- ., V ,,W, xh" ' --'k -- f . K if ' ' ' ' . ,,.,. 1 " , J T .. . . T W X' ' ,,,. ,. , .saw Q 2333 Y ..,. K . K LEFT: Mr. Joseph Miller directs traffic in the parking lot after school. BELOW: Brother Brendan Hayden, assistant principal. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Mr. Pete Fenner teaches classes along with his other duties as assistant Dean of Students. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Brother Brendan works on next year's teacher scheduling. Administration l l5 New courses improve English Courses in the English department were presented to the students in a different, unique way by the department. Students were able to choose two quarter elective courses to compliment their semester survey. Various topics which appealed to every facet of the Rummel community were offered. These ranged from composition, poetry, and drama to media, Shakespeare, and Literature of the South. This system seems to have proved itself worthy, for students and faculty alike enioy the variations given by the 1 I6 Associates department. lt is an effort to allow the student more freedom in course selection. Q2 I " fe N' -r ,m. r T : Ws fff., 'msg-ggi? in Michael Boudreaux Lisa Cid Br. Michael Cimino Bruce Clark Carol Dering Br. Camillus Gremillion Br. Andrew Harris Sheila MacArthur ,, , , Cheryl Morgavi Br, Alphonse LeBlanc Vidar McGee Isaac Musselwhile f ' -f ' llrr 51 ff: ,, i Q .T Frank Roso Larry Schneider LEFT: Tippy Murphy studies in the library. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Russell Hunter learns how to use a film proiector. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Tommy Lee edits film in Mrs. Lisa Cid's Media class. TOP, LEFT: Randy McCollum and Tim Todd shoot a movie with a video tape machine. English 117 Various sports characterize phys. ed. In order to provide the students with a well-balanced diet of physical enrichment, the Physical Education department has been offering the student football, volleyball, tennis, baseball, and basketball competition. These activities seem to take the pain out of such chores as pull-ups, 50 yard dashes, and the unforgettable "600" yarders. Backed by a corps of coaches and student teachers from Tulane University, the department adds a distinct area of education where the students are able to let off steam through organized sports. l I8 Associates Ronald Doyle Ronald Heckel Bob Martin Donald Penet AI Pontiff James Robert Easten Roth George Ryan Larry Schneide LEFT: Don Bonano hurries to return the tennis ball. BELOW: Barry Barocco struggles for another pull-up. BOTTOM, LEFT: Robert Randazzo prepares to serve the volleyball. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Ronnie Courtcde goes hand over hand across the horizontal bars. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Ricky Fontova tries to dribble around Bert Arostegui. Physical Education I T9 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mrs. June Stocktleth and Brother Brendan Hayden discuss the typing ofa letter to the parents. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Mrs. Gloria Gumina runs the schooI's duplicator machine. RIGHT: Gregory Guillot takes time during lunch to look over his notes. BELOW: The library serves as a good studying and relaxing place for Thomas Cousin. Various study locales located about school Empty classrooms, the library, benches, and sometimes staircases provide each student with a background for studying. Partial silence and good notes are what make the studying places for many students. These various and out- of-the-way places go to add to the distinctions and flavor of the Rummel student body. 120 Associates I it! Q: 1 Q O 99 Rosemary Bradford Emily Eshleman Gloria Gumina Zita Montero Mavis Seybold June Slockfleth Secretaries prove maior asset The unseen workers, the ladies who are behind the scenes and work with the computer, collect debts, and keep and hold the student record tiles, are the secretaries of Rummel. Their work is a necessary backbone to the school's function. They may sometimes go unnoticed but they are certainly appreciated. Locales!Secretaries 121 Math curriculum prepares students for college classes Algebra I and Il, geometry, calculus, Advanced Math, Probability and Statistics, bookkeeping, and various extra-curricular math organizations work with students to give them an excellent background for college courses. "College preparatory" is this department's goal, thus a wide range of math-oriented courses are available to every aspect ofthe Rummel community. Students who enioy mathematics are most encouraged and enticed by the school's offerings as they advance further toward their set goals. 122 Associates Kenneth Flair Br. Leo Harvey Br, Bryan Kenner A. J. Leonardi Donald Martin rank Moore Henry Rondo David Rodriguez Louis Wagenhouser Robert Whitman ABOVE: John Harrison utilizes his calculator during a test. LEFT: George Alonzo attempts to solve a problem in geometry class. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: Alan Moore strives to receive a good grade on his test. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP LEFT: Mark Garatie and Bill Johnson work a calculation on the school computer. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP RIGHT: Kerry Wolverton and Jimmy Pittman learn to use a slide rule. Mathematics 123 Counselors' advice helps needy students Service and advice for the needy student is portrayed through the Guidance department. The counselors' iobs are not very easy and the only reward they see is that they have helped every student. Enough credits to graduate? What about college? How's your family? These are iust some of the ways in which the counselors help each student plan their future so that they know lust what is ahead of them and how far. fn-Q . Br. Gale Condi! Br. Gabriel Daigle Robert Marlin Fr. Lawrence Mueller Donald Torsney 2 E 3 3 r l 5 E 1 K . Z W 5 4 Z 'W : 45134, f wow, , z r -ir 'em y ...un-W' , te, " , , , .,,,,., , T , . V 'v' 1 -'l' -br if ,-f. . 32312 fl if fi g I :fl gli LEFT: Larry Torforich looks over Guidance material in the Guidance Lobby. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Russell Zeller looks over malerials in the lobby. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Brolher Gale Condil gives advice to Martin Walker during a counseling appoinfmenl. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Edmond Meyer and Thomas Naquin consult each olher over the different offerings of some colleges. Guidance 125 School services aid students The School Services Department of the school encompasses many varied aspects of the community. Among the many occupations are library care, public relations, business, treasury and general maintenance. Students and faculty supply the main backbone of Rummel. The maintenance people keep the school machinery in good working order and repair areas of the school that are in need of repair. The workers in the business and treasury offices keep the school's financial system well organized. All these and many other people combine to keep Rummel in excellent condition. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mr. Bill Arthurs' photography seminar class visits a photography shop. RIGHT: David Verdina studies for his test in the library. ABOVE: Brother Norbert Russell pages through one of his many files. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: German clubbers inflate their inner tubes before setting out on their ride down the Tangipohoa River. 126 Associates i l Br. Joseph Scheberle Joseph Serio Br. George Stout Dick Whitfield 4 I Field trips give students diversity During the school year, various classes and organizations took field trips to areas affiliated in some way with their course of study. Trips ranged from restaurant dinners and tubing to library studies at local universities. Some of theseifield trips were solely for the purpose of entertainment, but others had educational value in the plans. Some of the education-oriented trips included visits to the Jefferson Parish Crime Lab and the Little Gypsy Power Plant and a dinner at Pancho's. Trips mainly for enioyment included the German Club's tubing excursion down the Tangipahoa River and the trip to the Happy Hour Theatre by the Spanish Ill class. School Services!Field Trips 127 OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mark Fonte takes a blood somple as Robert O'NeiI observes. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Kel Villorrubia intently carries out cl biology experiment. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Eddie Gautier pipettes hydras out of o iar. BOTTOM, LEFT: John Vollenweider prepares on experiment in the biology lab. RIGHT: Mike Gendron performs a bisection of a chicken embryo. 128 Associates Br. Ephrem Hebert Lee Lonoux Donald Martin Eosten Roth Albert Serpos Floyd Simeon Vernon Smith Br. Robert Veselis IQ We ., prtp s L We s Broad outlook provided by science In an effort to supply each student with a well-rounded education of the natural sciences, faculty members, through experiments and research, teach students about the world around them in the Science department. Experiments with bacteria, blood, chicken embryos, molecules, and chemicals are aimed ot achieving a secure knowledge of the sciences. Classes range from biology and General Science to physics and chemistry. Each class is filled with various class-oriented proiects which help to broaden the expanse of attained know-how in each student. Science l 29 Food varieties entice students Day to day the food in the cafeteria is prepared by Mrs. Sara Ciaccio's staff. Rated number one in the nation, varieties such as hamburgers and fries, shepherd's pie, meatsauce, fish, and beans and rice enhance the atmosphere of her establishment. Other varieties included foreign food days on which occasion a special meal was prepared which coincided with that nation's cultural feast. The cafeteria serves almost 90 percent of the student body, as a corps of workers prepare and serve all meals to the vast majority of students and faculty. W 5 lj sl .l l MQW 130 Associates 1 E - Qerkfznv .22 Trinidad Balmeceda Virgin Babe Frances Bradford . .... .K i rin ,,., f .I V 16. ,, , T:-'Eisgf .ff wk.: 54 1 s..s,,,hq ' if A if Sara Ciaccio Danelia Duplaisir Lula Mae Johnson Flossie LaBorde r"" X' -..g11'i'l,., ' . Argelia Marania Catherine Reimcinn Juana Rivera Jane Thornton TOP, LEFT: AI Thompson returns his empty tray to the trash bin. ABOVE: Mike York empties his ketchup over his french fries. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM RIGHT: A hungry student pours a little mayonnaise onto his hamburger. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM LEFT: Aaron Ledet collects his change from Mrs. Sara Ciaccio. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Stephen Smythe distributes some dressing on his salad. Cafeteria I 31 -W -1. ,F OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Richard Wester prepares to light his candle as Dean Carpenter looks on. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Jimmy Haupt studies religion notes in class. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Gary Wild and Mark Vogt perform a religion skit. RIGHT: Kevin Gratia receives the host in an unorthodox manner from Brother Michael Cimino. ABOVE: Religion students move outdoors for study. I 32 Associates 12 fu, . s-,,- 1- xx.. 1: f--f- K- ,f t Q' -vu.. 1:-f MH 'tn V pt' 1.fp,1.,' "'i' 'ff eff I fir'1'f" . f "i: 'it Illiiii II Br. Michael Cimino Br. Gabriel Daigle Br. John Fairfax BV- Camlltus Gremillion Br. Dale Guillot Br. Andrew Harris Br. Leo Harvey Fr. Harold Hughes Br. Bryan Kenner Br. Alphonse LeBlanc Dominic McCormack Fr, larry Mueller Ralph Navarro Br. Robert Todd BL Ruben Veselis m1s.fw-z-rfs-- W1-V Y 1 ft f- +V f f '- Religion based on Christian ideals Christian ideals utilized in a Christian atmosphere are the two qualities which are taught and depicted in Rummel's community. Bible study, communications, morality, and social problems are only a few of the religious-oriented topics that are offered. Every aspect of life is portrayed through religious courses in an effort to supply every student with a religious background that will allow him to live a full and meaningful life in God during the 20th century. Religion I 33 Business courses prepare students Familiarizing the student with the battling world outside is the goal ofthe Business department. Balancing books, writing checks, and keeping tabs on businesses are all a part of class. Every person who intends to open his own business or to enter the field of accounting is urged to take business class as an introduction to college courses in this field. Bill Arthurs Br. Anthony Clement Donald Dessauer Dennis Murphy OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Scott Marks listens to French ll tapes in Mrs. Lynne Cunningham's French class. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Mr. Atilano Gomez's Spanish class utilizes a slide machine with Kirk Frosch at the controls. RIGHT: Richard Gueydan hovers over his typewriter in typing class. ABOVE RIGHT: Steven Martiny and Steven Goodwin prepare checks for business class. 134 Associates ' . ,mm-WW-e mm-My e .1,is::lf:g,w-aft? " i.vi"'i" . W4 f V H Dr, Isaac Casariego Lynne Cunningham Atilano Gomez Richard Meagher Language facilities aid many students Language laboratory facilities aid in the learning of Spanish, French, and German. Tapes and headsets accommodate each student with a balanced comprehension of the language which he has chosen to undertake. The department, in an effort to strive for a learned background for every student, utilizes the laboratory and classrooms through tapes and independent proiects. Business!Languages 135 nun...- Chcrl OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Michael Yazbeck applies theatrical make-up in drama dass. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Barry FIippen meditates over the glockenspiel at band rehearsal. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Chet Hingle and Greg Surcouf construct a stage scene. RIGHT: Craig HiII and Wayne McAdams participate in chorus seminar. ABOVE: Art student Richard Plaisance completes his drawing assignment in art class. 136 Associates Fine arts elevates students' perception of culture Drama, art, music, and speech are portrayed under Fine Arts. Courses are conducted through seminars and hour classes. This different dimension of speech and art enhances the students' awareness of the arts and opens the door to a world ot culture. Through art projects, speech skits, and background information on composers, the department feels that the student gains an appreciable knowledge ofthe world, as seen through creative eyes. l L 'Wm Fine Arts l l Half hour seminars interest most Accompanying each lunch period is a half hour class. Students can choose classes from such areas as photography, iournalism, Rock Poetry, and a cast of many others. Classes run the gamut in subject matter, enabling each pupil to schedule a course which will best fit his own personality and pleasures. Each class, though, is designed to help a student appreciate this particular field of study. l E 138 Associates ABOVE: Mr. Bill Arthurs, Eric Weissborn, and Kirk Frosch prepare the slide projector for use in the photography seminar class. LEFT: David Hnatyshyn constructs a work of art in class. OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Mike York plays a tune on his clarinet. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Doug Wheat draws newspaper layouts during iournalism class. Seminars 'I 39 Robert Borne Br. Gale Candi! Lynne Cunningham Pete Fe nner Randy Johnson JUWI95 I-SBGUU John Niemietz George Ryan Myles Seghers 140 Associates OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Scott Isaac thumbs through the library's card catalog while working on a class proiect. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Mr. George Ryan lectures in his class. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Dean Carpenter gives his report as Clem Smith helps out. RIGHT: Gary Demma studies a map ofthe United States. .1,'. ,Lsw -limi t' 1- A Varied courses offered students in social studies Each student is familiarized with some aspect of the Social Studies department, whether it be civics, United States History, anthropology, sociology or economics. Through a study of the government's structure, the money system, man's history and evolution, and the behavior of other humans, students find they can experience the pains or ioys of the world's past civilizations. Students will know what to expect in the future, as the world expands and changes. Social Studies l4l Students honored at many events Various honor days have been held throughout the school year, all designed to honor students who have academically excelled in classroom work. Honor cards were given out after each of the three quarters. As the school year came to a close, the annual awards day took place, at which time the entire remaining student body honored students receiving gold medals, certificates of merit, torch awards, and a cast of many others. Also, throughout the year, certain students participated in tests and rallies. These students were presented with various scholarships and awards from state competition. ABOVE: Anthony Lanson accepts his honor card from Brother John Fairfax. LEFT: The Torch Award is given to Anthony Fasone from Brother John Fairfax Imiddlej and Mr. Joseph Miller. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Sheldon Fleming presents Sidney Lee with the "Mr. Clean Air" award at the senior awards day. OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: State Rally participants are Ileftl Robert Pavlovich, Charles Arceneaux, Colin Hulin, Lionel Richard, Michael Swan, Lewis Mercier, and Mark Koeniger. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Jose Pagan proudly walks back to his seat after receiving an award from Brother John Fairfax. Awards 143 RIGHT: Greg Hedrick focuses the film proiector as his class watches. BOTTOM, RIGHT: Films provide a learned background for Spanish III class. BELOW: Film strips give wider variety of learning for students. Interesting learning provided by audio visuals Due to a vast supply of proiectors, cameras, and other audio visual aids, learning has been made easier and has been given an added distinction. Tapes, slides, films, and overhead master sheets add variety to the ways a teacher can communicate with his students. Because these aids have proved worthy, a media class, for the English department, and a communications class, for the Religion department, have been added to the curriculum as students learn to appreciate the technology of today. 144 Associates f f f ff 1+ 2 + S S-mm -ww H J ' KV Q Classes l46 Associates Robert Abadie Craig Albert Raymond Albert Gregory Alexander William Alger Harold Amadon Patrick Andrews Charles Arceneaux Thomas Ashy Robert Aubert Edward Austin Michael Babin Martin Bailkey Joel Barker Keith Barnett Eddie Benoit Stephen Bergeron Kevin Berthelot James Bienvenu Robert Bierman James Billon Randal Bissel Robert Bizot Robert Blaise Louis Blanchard Albert Blancher Laurence Bland Barry Blank Randy Bolnar Donald Bonano Seniors LEFT Joseph Braquet prepares to morning paper in the library. Gregory Booth Steve Borrello Raymond Boss Scott Boudreau Stephen Boudreaux Rodney Bourgeois John Bowen Peter Braquet Edward Brasset Brian Breaux Guy Breithoff James Brennan Keith Brewster Carl Brondum Gary Brown Wayne Brown Eric Bruno Odell Bryant Louis Bucher Joseph Burckel Seniors l 47 read the Salvador Caccioppi Michael Caillouet Marc Calongne Daniel Campeaux Gary Canizaro Glenn Carriere Chris Castanza Arlen Castenada Ronald Catoir George Cenac Kenneth Champagne Jerome Chong Stephen Clesi Frank Cloutier James Cloutman Bryan Cole David Collins Kerry Collins Matthew Colosino Thomas Coon Don Corales Dennis Coudrain David Crawford David Creger Daniel Cristina Perry Daigrepont Edward Daniels Keith D'Anna David Dares Joseph Davenport 148 Associates Donald DeBroy Mark Deckeri Keith Delohoussaye Alain de la Villesbref Clayton Delery Marco Demma Pedro Diaz Sieve Dimclk Gary Discon Thomas Doonan Farley Doyle James Doyle Bryan Driscoll Nelson Ducofe Terry Dufhu Ken Ehrhardl Bryan Eichhorn William Finn Andrew Fiorella Sheldon Fleming LEFT Stephen Boudreaux and Pele Founiain talk over musical techniques during an interview for the RAlDER'S DIGEST. Seniors Seniors 149 Thomas Flick Chris Flores Michael Ford Mitchell Foto John Fouert Paul Fourchy Timothy Fournier Herman Freitag Douglas Frickey Harold Gagliano Robert Gallinghouse Terrance Garcia Donald Gaudet Edward Gautier Ernest Gelpi Michael Gendron Thomas George Ray Gernon Roy Gernon Anthony Giambelluca John Glaser Michael Glenn Kenneth Glynn Steven Goodwin Thomas Graffeo William Gravois Earl Gray Michael Greene Boyd Guepet Tommy Guercio 150 Associates 1 S Richard Gueydan Kevin Guilbeau Ricky Guillory Glen Guillot Gregory Guillot Ronald Gustafson Michael Haas Gregory Hages David Hanford Allan Harang Kevin Harris Lloyd Hartmann Joseph Hasney Charles Hebert Michael Henderson Stephen Hernandez LEFT: Freshman Kenny Kaiser enters the yearbook room after school for his daily visit. Seniors Seniors 1 51 Alan Heughan Thomas Hirth Stephen Hnatyshyn Charles Hodgins Frank Hoeffner Theodore Hoerner Frederick Hoffman Colin Hulin Alexander Hunter Carl Hunter Keith Hymel Earl Jacob Daniel Jaeger John Jaeger Michael Jeansonne Russell Jones Kenneth Junod Larry Kass Perry Keller David Kelley Robert Kensla Steven Kern Joseph Kirschenheuter Jimmy Kropog Olin Kropog Keith Laborde Gary Lampard Lance Landry Mark Landry Glenn Lane 152 Associates Seniors LEFT: Eddie Daigle studies intently in the language lab. YA . . .ee . , ,Ne misc W N leafy! F11 A , l,,ll,.. , 2 lll l U 2944 L J ig 4, ., Anthony Lanson Steven Lanter Mark Lassalle James Ledoux Sidney Lee Eldridge Leger Victor Leggio Eric Leingang David Lemonier lvy Leroux Lance Letellier Gregory Leumas Louis Levet David Liberto Frederick Liemann Kenneth Lindsly Gary Lloyd Walter Lorino Stephen Lousteau Mark Luccioni Barry Lusco Seniors 153 Seniors RIGHT: Leni Sumick of Josten s measures Mark Werner for his cap and gown Ralph Lusco David Mahner Joseph Markey Richard Marr Charles Martin David Martin William Martin Steven Martiny Michael Maxwell Stephen McCall Michael McConnell Alfred McDaniel Charles Melito John Menasco Michael Merrell Michael Messina Frank Milazzo Robert Miller Homer Minshew Michael Mire l54 Associates Richard Mire Louis Molinet David Monroe Clay Morgan Thomas Morris Randall Mutter Dennis Naquin Mark Naquin Patrick Naquin Morris Neel Stephen Nick Juan Odino Corbett Ourso Kenneth Oustalet Stephen Overmier Frank Palermo David Pareti Raymond Pasqua Patrick Patterson Kevin Pattison Earl Perque Ricky Perret David Persons Robert Petri Pat Peyton Stephen Phillips Vincent Piazza Stephen Pierce Jules Pinero Gregory Plaia Seniors l 55 Seniors RIGHT Dr Isaac Casariego teaches freshman Spanish I durmg one ofthe city's heaviest rain Sl0l'm5. Richard Plaisance Bart Ponze Ray Price Stephen Quidd Scott Quigley Wayne Quigley Dean Reeves James Restel Alex Rice Larry Richard Timothy Richard Michael Rivolo Guy Robertson Henry Rocker Joseph Rodriguez Keith Rodriguez Vincent Rodriguez William Rogers Stephen Roias Constantine Roques William Rouse Herbert Roussel John Russell John Russo Vincent Saltaformaggio Michael Sanders Salvador Scariano Eric Schaefer Gregory Schaff Michael Scheffler Kevin Schellhaas Phillip Schleismann Michael Schmidt Lloyd Schoen Dani Schreiber Michael Seither John Sharai Philip Silva Donald Simoneaux Stephen Singletary Michael Skalos Jack Sloan Warren Smith Gary Solera David Spako Stephen Speeg Joseph Spinato Jack Staub Ernest Steinvorth David Stewart Eugene St. John Donald Stockfleth James St. Philip Lawrence Strassel Ronald Stromeyer Luis Suarez Gregory Surcouf Steven Tallman Gary Thompson Kenneth Toca Rene Toca Larry Tortorich Louis Trager RIGHT: Mike Ryan and Chet Hingle set up 158 Associates equipment for English class I Seniors Kenneth Trahan Louis Trahan Thomas Trenchard John Tribou Michael Tusa Robert Vega David Verdina Brian Verrette Robert Vila Kel Villarrubia Sidney Villemarette Robert Villio Terence Vinson Maurice Vix Clifford Vogel Melvin Volz Mark Wagner Jeff Waguespack Courtney Weaver Louis Webre Craig Wenzel Mark Werner Ronald Wheelahan Kevin Whitlow Kenneth Whitman Gerard Whittle Michael Wisecarver Charles Zammit Ronald Zarba Brian Zeringue Seniors l59 160 Associates Chris Accardo Gregory Aicklen Steven Alessi Robert Andries Michael Argote Marcel Asevedo Brent Aucoin Michael Aucoin Ronald Bacon Robert Baker Alan Balmer Brion Bannon Michael Barbot Arthur Bayer Mark Begault Daniel Benedetto Thomas Benge Keith Benoit Thomas Bentz Mike Bergeron Mark Bertuccini Timothy Billon William Blum Wayne Boeckelman Carlos Boll Stephen Boos ' Bruce Bordelon Darrel Borne Paul Boudreaux Charles Boylan Gregory Braquet Edward Breaux or . Frank Breeden Michael Brennan Gregory Brien Joseph Brignac Chris Bucher Luis Buenaventura N Allen Buiol Charles Burg Gregory Cadella Chris Call Paul Combre Frank Campo Salvador Cardinale Juniors LEFT: Big Brother's officers are Homer Minshew and Tim Fournier. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Big Brothers of Homeroom 14 help frosh become familiar with their new surroundings. They are lleftl Ron Wheelahan, Tim Richard, and Gary Solera. Juniors 161 I62 Associates Craig Carson Robert Casse Jack Chaney Gerald Christiansen Noel Coari Felix Colosino Robert Condon William Conlin Charles Corn Michael Credo Kenneth Cristina Bruce Daigrepont Alan Dale Thomas Daniel Steve Dantoni Michael Dardis Joseph Deckelmann Jonathan Deckert Douglas Deichmann Kent Denapalis David Derenbecker Lawrence Dick Craig DiMaggio Gary Dimm RIGHT: Dr. Isaac Casariego's Christmas was filled with many gifts of good tiding. , iii' David Discon Mark Dominick Paul Doolan Donald Dragon George Drendel Robert Drew Richard Ducombs Stephen Ducote Ray Dugas Peter Dunn Larry Dupont Preston Dupuy Dale Durbin Herbert Duvoisin Alfred Englade Claude Escude David Everett Michael Fabacher Anthony Fasone Maurice Faucheux Donald Faust Donald Fetzer Enrique Fontova Glen Forman Kenneth Francingues Mark Fridge Kirk Frosch Edward Fuselier Paul Gagliano Glenn Gandolini David Garrett Rene Gautreau Casey Geohegan Anthony Giambelluca Michael Giambelluca Anthony Giarrusso Greig Gonzales Ronald Gracianette Kenneth Gravois Frank Gray Michael Guercio Paul Guerra Juniors l 63 l 64 Associates John Guillory Mike Gumina Manuel Gutierrez Louis Handal Glen Hanner Scott Hansen John Hardey Donald Hare Eugene Henne Lionel Hibbs Edward Horil Randy Hunt Mark Hunter Russell Hunter Jay Hussey William Johnson Stafford Juneau Gregory Kampen Nat Keating Kerry Keeffe Michael Keenan Quentin Kelly Donald Kennedy Kevin Kenning Miguel Kenning Ross Ketchum James Kilcoyne .lay Kinberger Turner Kirkwood George Klein Vernon Kliebert Thomas Kolkmeier Don Kuebler Juniors LEFT Freshmen were led at pep rallies by the ever dominant Charles "Buttons" LeBlanc. Michael Kuehne Karl Kuhne Bruce Laborde Mark Lagarde Tony Lala Milton Lambert David Landry Gordon Landry Stephen Landry David Lanson Arnold Lanza James Lapre Melvin Larsen Thomas Laurendine Darryl Leal Keith LeBlanc Keith LeBlanc Michael LeBlanc Tommy Lee Durel Legendre Joseph Legendre Edmond Lehrmann Chris Lind Stephen Lindsly Juniors T65 I66 Associates Albert Livaudais Earl Lizana Charles Locascio Wayne Lombardo Chris Lopez Ricky Lopez Allen Lorio David Lucio Donald Lussier Charles Macaluso John Maffei lvan Maheu Gus Malespin Patrick Malone Stephen Maloney Thomas Margavio Charles Marshall Ralph Mascaro Rick Mathes Warren Mathews Bruce Mattingly Robert McCollum Kevin McConnell Richard McLeod David Menendez Francis Menetre Bernard Mercier Edmond Meyer Gerald Mialaret Angel Miranda Robert Moldaner Edward Molyson Charles Montelaro James Moore Edward Moran David Moynan Daniel Mumphrey Donald Murphy Craig Napoli Irvin Naquin Thomas Naquin Mark Neel ssrr . Q . ,A i , rrrsss , ' ,ifk 7 J X' 'mb x... N 3 ,,,. X LL,, Vs ,?!l.s?EIi' ssrrr ,J is Y' , 1,,.. , William Nelson Edward Newman James Nicolini Gregory Nieto Wayne Nosacka Larry Oeslricher William Ory Keith Osborne Robert Oswald David Otillio Juniors LEFT: Junior Cris Galiour expresses his feelings in arf class. Juniors 'I67 168 Associates Kennefh Pardo Brel? Parent Alvin Perraulf Randy Pelers Bruce Pflieger Alvin Phelps Andrew Pierce Richard Polizzi Michael Pollef Andrew Porter Timofhy Powers Wilfred Price Eric Pritchett Wayne Quinfers Terry Radecker Frank Radosfa Maflhew Raphael Jude Raspino Philip Rau Don Raymond Howaf Raymond Richard Reiser Michael Restel John Richards Kenneth Ripberger Gerard Roach Keith Robert Robin Robert John Roberts Randy Robichaux Gilbert Robinson George Rohr Paul Roques Lawrence Roselle Ronald Rouillier Alan Roux John Ruhlman Allen Rupple Michael Ryan Michael Savoy William Schaefer Mark Scheffler Roy Schlaudecker Richard Schwab Mark Seiler Anthony Serio John Sibley Charles Silbernagel Timothy Silva James Sinnott George Smira 7 Brian Smith LEFT: The Raider Marching Band and drum major Steve Borrello seem engrossed in the gridiron action. OPPOSITE PAGE: Chapellette Lori Currera prepares for a halftime performance. Juniors Juniors 169 I 70 Associates Juniors RIGHT: Seniors Chris Flores and Mike Sanders paint Rufus on the Raider Fieldhouse. Ramon Solares Richard Spansel Gerard Sperling Eric Stacy Michael Stagno Kory Steen Robert Stephens David Stokes Jay Suter Theodore Swan Michael Sylve James Tarleton Gerald Taylor George Thiaville Alan Thibodeaux William Thomas Timothy Todd Ben Toledano David Tracey William Tracy Robert Trocquet Gary Turnbull Kenneth Vairin Joseph Valenti James Vega Jeffrey Vega James Vidacovich Dean Vliet Mark Vogt John Waguespack Martin Walker Thomas Wallbillich Harold Walzer John Ware Mike Warren Eric Weissborn Charles Wheat John Whipple Mark White Mike Wiedemann Gary Wild Barry Williams John Williams Robert Williams Ricky Windhorst Kenneth Winn Edward Womac Steven Wong Robert Woodard Michael Yazbeck Robert Zacary Russell Zeller Juniors T71 172 Associates Craig Accardo Ricky Adams Michael Aicklen Donald Alessi Nofie Alfonso George Alonzo Milton Arceneaux Roberto Arostegui Brian Baudot Bryan Beauchamp Randy Bennen Joseph Benson Daniel Berner Raymond Berni Victor Bernier James Bertel Gustave Bertucci Stetphen Bierman Arthur Blanco Eric Bland Harry Bode Thomas Boesch Chris Bonnett Barry Bordonaro Keith Borges Daniel Bosse Bill Brandt Joseph Braquet Chris Breaux Steve Bruce Felix Burch Oscar Caballero Steven Campo Keely Cano Francis Caragliano Marcos Carazo Douglas Cardinale Brian Castanza Eric Castay Michael Castenada Anthony Catalano Steven Chatelain 5 k h sk it C ,S sl Q: i S Q as 5 an Ei Patrick Chevis David Clare? Brian Clement Carey Clement Roberl Coffman Vincenl Colosino Sophomores LEFT: Library Club members lleffl Greg Siragusa and Mark Luccione arrange books for the school librarian. Derek Commander Mike Corwin Thomas Cousin Brian Credo Tommy Cvilanovich Mark Dabella Edmond Daigle George Davis Kenneth Dean Chris Deas Danny Decha Greg Deichmann Sophomores l 73 174 Associates Walter Dennis Brian Derbes Carl Deroche Edmund Dewailly Michael Dicarlo Henry Diliberto Donald Dilley Stewart Dimak Thomas Doerer Richard Donahue Chuck Dorvin Richard Doskey Darrell Dragon Philip Driscoll Robert Dubuc Jules Dufresne Kenneth Dunn John Dupuy James Ellis Dennis Englade Kevin Englade John Ernst Brian Eskine Edward Esposito Gregory Farnet Robert Fiedler Kevin Fiorella Mark Ponte Dennis Ford Edward Fraiche RIGHT: Chess Club members are ltop rowi Mr. Michael Boudreaux, Richard Doskey, Michael Aucoin, Jim Berthelot, lmiddle rowl Jodie Daquin, Jerry Ruckstuhl, Jay Jeffers, Gerald Lester, Mike York, Ricky Randazzo, lbottom rowl Joe Lacour, Albert Randazzo, Joe Paci, and Herb Duvoisin. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Joe Lacour executes his strategy as Gerald Lester calculates his next move. Sophomores Ollie French Bryon Fritscher Blaine Fury Stephen Fuselier Kenneth Gaulter James Gautreau Steven Geiling Bruce Gerosa Perry Giambrone Richard Gillen Danny Giusti Keith Glenn James Goebel Steven Golden Henry Gonzales Thomas Gordon Raymond Gorman Robert Graham John Grandolfo Kevin Gratia Rodney Grayson Sophomores 175 I76 Associates Mario Guadamud Bret Guepet Martin Guillot Steven Gurley Henry Haas Jeffrey Hages Michael Harang Ronald Harper Wayne Harris John Harrison James Hatteberg Terry Hauth Chris Hebert Gregory Hedrick Milton Herbert David Herman Richard Hernandez Michael Hess Mark Heymann David Highstreet John Highstreet Craig Hill George Hingle David Hnatyshyn Atwood Hobbs James Hodgins Robert Hoffman Joseph Hogh Barry Hood Edward Horridge Chris Holard George Huhner Brett Hulin Scott lsaac Mark Jeansonne Jay Jeffers Jeffery Jones Eric Kaiser Barry Keegan Robert Keenan Leonard Kellerhals Steven Kelley John Kent Stephen Kern Daniel King LEFT: The lighter side of George Cenac. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Raiders carry Coach Easten Roth back to the Fieldhouse after another impressive victory over Brother Sophomores Sophomores 177 Raymond Knipper Timmy Kottemann Chris Lacoste Oliver Lacoste Joseph Lacour Bruce Lambert Craig Landry Fred Landry Thomas Lanson John Lapre Carl Lathan Joseph Laurie Ellis LeBlanc Carl Leboeut Michael Lee Gary Lehmann Barry Lemoine Wayne Lemonier Gerald Lester Brett Lockhart James Lockhart Harry Lorio Mark Mobile Michael Maggio Karl Magner Kevin Manale Charles Mancuso Joseph Marino Scott Marks James McAdam Close Up program met with Louisiana RIGHT: Participants in Washington, D.C.'s ' e Congressman David Treen while in th nation's Capitol. Rummel students are ifrontl William Martin, Alex Hunter, Congressman Treen, Joseph Cosentino, lbackl Dennis McGovern, Tim Demorest, Lawrence Bland, 178 Associates and Richard Gillen. Sophomores Wayne McAdams John McCabe Dennis McGovern Timothy McGuire Terry McKearan Judson McLeod John Meisler Ronald Melton Lewis Mercier Chris Miller Eric Minshew Richard Molaison Robert Mongrue Mark Monrose Herb Montclbano Timothy Morgan John Morise John Murhammer Michael Murphy Terrence Murphy Louis Navaille Emile Netzhammer Robert Newell Raymond Newman Joseph Nickolaus Gary Norman Timothy O'Brien Tommy Oddo Steven Odems John O'Malley Robert O'NeiI Sal Ovella Robert Pavlovich Jules Pechon Thomas Pecot Timothy Pecot Spellman Pellerin David Pendergast David Perrone Bryan Peters Kenneth Pfau Michael Piazza Sophomores 179 David Pickett Michael Planchet Carl Poche Michael Poelma Matthew Ponsetti Peter Posner Chris Prieur Russell Probst Michael Quinlan Gerard Ramos Gilbert Ramos Richard Randazzo Scott Ray Wayne Ray Donald Rice Lionel Richard Henry Richardson Robert Riches Daniel Ripley Billy Risher David Rive Richard Robards Dewey Robert Bruce Roberts Sophomores RIGHT: Raiders follow signs to Shreveport site of the State Football Semi-Finals OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: Cindy Villavaso expresses her emotion during the Raiders Semi-Final clash against Fair Park. OPPOSITE PAGE, RlGHT: Donna Hall anticipates a 180 Associates dance routine at a halftime show Edward Rodriguez Kevin Rodriguez Billy Rogers Jacques Roman Charles Roth Jerry Rucksiuhl Scott Russell Michael Ryan Edward Sarpy Gregory Sarpy Mauro Scardigli Michael Schaefer Kur1Schelll1aos Ronald Scheuermann Barry Schexnaildre Donald Schneider Michael Schoen Lewis Schuler Sophomores l Bl 182 Associates Glenn Scott William Sehrt Joel Senia William Sherer David Sibley Phillip Simoneaux Joseph Slipher Stephen Smythe Thomas Snakenberg Michael Soignet Kenneth Solera Phillip Songy David Souther Steven Spiess Thomas St. Germain Eric Stoulig Mark Stromeyer Edward Suffern Michael Swan Robert Thibodaux Ray Thorn John Toca Richard Tompson Kevin Toups Timothy Trainor Anthony Tramonte Thomas Trapp David Trocquet Kevin Tusa Lawrence Valdin Timothy Valenti Hector Valle David Vaz Andrew Vigier Mike Vila Gary Viola Paul Vitrano John Vollenweider Michael Volpi David Waguespack George Waguespack Glen Walden Sophomores LEFT: Members ofthe 1974 Raider Homecoming Court are lsitting, far leftj Jo Ann Barreca, Patty Clavin, Donna Tranchina, Stacy Borges, Marilyn Loebig, and Faith Grush, lstandingl Jeanne Favors, Janet Belanger, Jeanne Doussan, and Mary Joan Kovaks. Patrick Walker James Walther Gregory Weber Darryl Wenzel Allen Wiltz Keith Windhorst Richard Wolf Douglas Womac Jerome Wool Elliott York George Young Glenn Young Sophomores 183 184 Associates Perry Achee Jesse Albrest Donovan Allen Joseph Allen John Andressen Mark Avocoto William Bagley Kevin Bannon Patrick Barney Barry Barocco Roy Barrios Timothy Bender Stephen Benoit Timothy Benoit Mark Bernard Ernest Bertaut Clement Betpouey Patrick Blackwell Stephen Bland Tommy Blanke Jay Blessing William Bloemer Donald Blum Wade Blundell Kenneth Bonano Philip Bondi James Bonnot Stephen Bordelon Craig Borges Daniel Bosch Kyle Boudreau Daniel Bourgeois Michael Brasset George Breedy Brian Brewster Huey Brown Kenneth Brown George Bucher David Buiol Johnny Bunel Wayne Burckel Mark Burdick Robert Burger Albert Burns David Burridge James Callaghan John Caluda Manuel Carames Patrick Caraway Charles Cardella Dean Carpenter Anthony Cartozzo Charles Cefalu Kevin Centanni George Cerniglia Bryan Chaix Kent Chapman Bruce Charbonnet Michael Charlet John Chatelain Jules Chatelain Kenneth Chevis Gerard Clesi Kirk Collet Charles Conti LEFT Seniors cheer the Raiders on in Shreveport. Freshmen Freshmen l 85 Lance Cordes Dean Cordora Joseph Cosentino Ronald Courtade Stephen Crane Gary Crawford Kevin Crochet Danny Daigle David Daigle Frank Daigle Robert Dale Timothy Dale John D'Angelo Joseph Daquin Kevin Dares David Deichmann Ralph Delatorre Timothy Demarest Gary Demma Michael Derbes Louis Dominguez David Draffen Chris Dubuc Charles Dugas RIGHT: Mr. Richard Derbes, Legion Representative of Post 175, presents Sportsmanship Award at V.F.W. Schaff Brothers Banquet to alumnus Vincent de Grouttola. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Campbell Award is being presented by Mr. Richard 186 Associates Derbes to Steve Foster. F res h m e n James Dumestre William Dupre David Dupuy Wade Durbin David Duthu Dennis Eder Randolph Elsiroh Kennelh Engleri Raymond Eschefie Anthony Faucheaux Mark Fichfer Theodore Fish James Flaherty Barry Flippen William Floyd Stephen Foley Charles Fontenelle Henri Ford Dana Fouchi Craig Frosch Scoff Fruchfnicht Mark Fuselier Mark Gagliano Mark Garatie 188 Associates Robert Gaudet William Gaudet Barry Gautreau Michael Gegenheimer Tony Germade Chris Gillen Dennis Gonzalez Craig Goodwin Kevin Gorman Edward Gravois Gary Gray Craig Guercio Raul Gutierrez Barry Haas Robert Hamilton Carroll Hanner Robert Harper Jason Hartdegen Lawrence Hartmann Louis Hartmann James Haupt Gary Hayes D. J. Hebert Michael Hebert Roger Heitzmann Michael Hemstreet William Hickey Donald Hingle Ronnie Hinton Karl Hite Walter Hogan James Hollis James Horne Steven Horridge John Hudson Dan Joachim William Johnson Charles Jonau Michael Jones John Joseph Kenneth Kaiser Stephen Kampen Freshmen LEFT Members of the Dirty Dozen are ltop rowl John Sharai, Charlie Hodgins, Joel Barker Ron Wheelahan, imiddle rowl Warren Smith, Moe Vix, Tom Flick, Ernie Stelnvorth, Mike Tusa, ibottom fOWl Ken Champagne, John Glaser, and Joe Hasney. William Kampen Clifford Kass Thomas Keenan Craig Kelly Kirk Kennedy Chris Kenning Sean King Fred Kinsley Darrel Kirsch Mark Kliebert Fred Klotz William Klotz Mark Koeniger Craig Krieger Kim Laborde Paul Lanclos Mitchell Landry Chris Lanson Andrew LeBlanc Charles LeBlanc Darren LeBlanc Jerry LeBlanc Matthew LeBlanc Robert LeBlanc Freshmen 'I 89 190 Associates Aaron Ledet Don Leftwich Gregory Leonard Roy Levine Roger Lewis Gene Lipps Greg Lonero David Lorio Robert Lorio James Lousteau Philip Lucy Brian Mader Mark Maheu Warren Makofsky Paul Mandella Shawn Manguno Richard Marrs Kevin Martin James Massacci Keith Mattingly Thomas Mayeux Michael McCoy Keith McMurray Michael McNamara David Meunier Matthew Meunier Richard Milazzo Everard Miller Ernest Molinet Henry Montegut RIGHT: Mrs. Ana Maria Russo displays her prized pinata. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Mrs Russo swings ata Spanish pinata in an attempt to break it open and collect its rewards Freshmen Paul Montgomery Alan Moore Pete Morreale Anthony Morriz Michael Mulhausen Daniel Muller Michael Muntz Edward Murhammer David Musso Kevan Myers Ronald Nagel Howard Naquin Rene Navarre Daniel Nicolini David Nuss Frank Oliveri Randall Oustalet Joseph Paci Jose Pagan Kirk Parefi Daniel Pauli Joseph Pecoraro Freshmen RIGHT: Cheerleader Cindy Villavaso shows spirif af cl Raider Pep Rally. 192 Associates Kenneth Maddie Neuman Pepitone Tim Peterson James Piflman John Poelma Paul Poirson Joseph Polizzi Kevin Ponthieux Slephen Porter Richard Powers Michael Quaid Jay Quatroy r s k i N xg Q F fl-if ll X J s X Dale Quigley Thomas Quinn James Quirk Peter Quitzau Michael Ramirez Albert Randazzo Emile Randazzo Joseph Ray Greg Raymond Kevin Reilly Stephen Resor Michael Reynolds William Rice Mickey Richard Roy Riche Shawn Rigdon James Roach Darryl Robelot Gregory Robinson Lawrence Rodrigue David Romig Carl Roques Charles Roques Randall Rose Charles Roser Ronnie Roussel Ricky Rousset Danny Ruiz James Rumney Shawn Ryan William Salaun James Sansovich Frank Saraya Gerald Savage Chris Schade George Scheppegrell Mark Schexnayder Bryan Schilling Mark Schilling Andrew Schroeder Robert Schroeder Michael Schultz Freshmen l 93 194 Associates Scott Sclafani Paul Scoriels Brian Scott Rodney Sensebe John Sigl Edward Simek Gregory Siragusa Vladimir Slicho Clement Smith George Soule Michael Spaulding Kenneth Spiess Alan Staub Robert Stauss Harold Stelz Mike St. Germain Rodney St. Pierre David St. Romain Patrick Suffern David Sullivan William Swan Charles Topic Scott Thiaville Paul Thimmesch Al Thompson Brian Thompson David Toca Chris Toepfer Peter Tortorich Richard Valenti Oscar Valeton Wallace Vazquez Mark Vidrine Mark Villavaso Raymond Villio Gene Viola Kevin Voiselle Patrick Warren Aldo Waters Michael Wessel Richard Wester John Whitfield Thomas Wild Ronald Wolf Kerry Wolverton Steven Young Scott Zimmerman OPPOSITE PAGE, RIGHT: Student Prefect Charles Montelaro is given his daily assignment by Mr. Pete Fenner, moderator. 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' 1- 1:-1 -if is - - , V1 - 0:54, F use MQW Hi V 55y,mQ,U K Q E gg, gf gf -w 555 Index 21 I A Abadie, Robert 146 ACADEMIC GAMES 38, 39 Accardo, Chris 31, 50, 99, 160 Accardo, Craig 172 Achee, Perry 31, 77, 103, 184 Adams, Ricky 172 ADMINISTRATION 112-115 Aicklen, Gregory 50, 55, 160 Aicklen, Michael 172 Albert, Craig 146 Albert, Raymond 146 Albrest, Jesse 184 Alessi, Donald 172 Alessi, Steven 160 Alexander, Dawn 26, 34, 36 Alexander, Gregory 146 Alfonso, Nofie 172 Alger, William 146 Allen, Donovan 25, 184 Allen, Joseph 57, 184 Alonzo, George 48, 109, 123, 172 Alvarez, Donna 26 Amadon, Harold 146 Andressen, John 86, 184 Andrews, Patrick 31, 52, 67, 146 Andries, Robert 96, 160 Andries, Yvette 26 Arceneoux, Charles 50, 55, 143, 146 Arceneaux, Milton 172 Argote, Michael 109, 160 Arostegui, Roberto 1 19, 172 Arthurs, Mr. William 126, 134, 139 Asevedo, Marcel 160 Ashy, Thomas 146 Aubert, Robert 68, 146 AUDIO VISUAL AIDS 144 Austin, Edward 146 Aucoin, Brent 160 Aucoin, Michael 55, 160, 174 Avocato, Mark 103, 1 84 AWARDS 142, 143 B Babin, Michael 86, 146 Bacon, Ronald 160 Bagley, William 77, 184 Bailkey, Martin 55, 146 Baker, Robert 20, 160 Balmeceda, Trinidad 131 Balmer, Alan 160 BAND 22-27 Bannon, Brian 160 Bannon, Kevin 184 BANQUETS 58-59 Barker, Joel 19, 146, 189 Barbot, Michael 42, 160 Barnett, Keith 146 Barney, Patrick 25, 103, 184 Borocco, Barry 91, 93, 119, 184 Barovechio, Jean 26 Barreca, Jo Ann 33, 183 212 Business Barrios, Roy 57, 184 BASEBALL 98-101 BASKETBALL 88-95 Baudot, Brian 57, 172 Bayer, Arthur 48 160 Beauchamp, Bryan 172 Begault, Mark 103 160 Belanger, Janet 19, 32, 183 Bellanger, Susan 26 Bender, Timothy 100 184 Benedetto, Daniel 161 Benefield, Diane 25 Benge, Thomas 74, 161 Bennen, Randy 172 Benoit, Eddie 146 Benoit, Keith 161 Benoit, Stephen 184 Benoit, Timothy 1 84 Benson, Joseph 39, 172 Bentz, Mary 25 Bentz, Thomas 25, 161 Bergeron, Michael 161 Bergeron, Stephen 146 Bernard, Mark 109, 184 Berner, Daniel 172 Berni, Raymond 172 Bernier, Victor 86, 172 Bertaut, Ernest 1 84 Bertel, James 172 Berthelot, Kevin 146 Berthelot, James 34, 57, 174 Bertrand, Mr. Joseph 71 Bertucci, Gustave 25, 1 72 Bertuccini, Mark 161 Betpouey, Clement 184 Bienvenu, James 146 Bierman, Robert 146 Bierman, Stephen 172 Bigot, Robert 20 Billiot, Robin 26 Billon, James 85, 106, 146 Billon, Timothy 50, 105, 161 Bissel, Randal 146 Bizot, Robert 146 Blackwell, Patrick 57, 184 Blaise, Robert 146 Blanchard, Louis 146 Blancher, Albert 146 Blanco, Arthur 172 Bland, Eric 22, 25, 172 Bland, Laurence 146, 178 Bland, Stephen 103, 184 Blank, Barry 50, 52, 55, 72, 146 Blanke, Susan 25 Blanke, Tommy 184 Blankenstein, Lee 88 Blessing, Joy 184 Bloemer, William 184 Blum, Donald 55, 57, 184 Blum, William 40, 50, 109, 161, 221 Blundell, Wade 91 , 93, 184 Bode, Harry 1 72 Babe, Virgie 131 Boeckelman, Wayne 161 Boesch, Thomas 172 General Index Boll, Carlos 161 Bolnar, Randy 146 Bonano, Donald 1 19, 146 Bonano, Kenneth 184 Bondi, Philip 184 Bonnett, Chris 74, 105, 106 Bonnot, James 86, 184 BOOK DISTRIBUTION 16 Boos, Stephen 86, 161 BOOSTERS 198-210 Booth, Gregory 39, 48, 55, 59, 147 Bordelon, Bruce 161 Bordelon, Stephen 106, 184 Bordonaro, Barry 86, 147, 186 Borges, Craig 184 Borges, Keith 172 Borges, Stacy 19, 183 Borne, Darrel 161 Borne, Mr. Robert 140 Borrello, Steve 22, 25, 147, 169 Bosch, Daniel 77, 106, 184 Boss, Raymond 147 Bosse, Daniel 74, 100, 172 Boudreaux, Mrs. Elaine 44 Boudreau, Kyle 31, 57, 106, 184 Boudreaux, Mr. Michael 36, 1 17, Boudreaux, Paul 25, 174 161 Boudreaux, Stephen 25, 50, 52, 147, 149 Bourgeois, Diane 26 Bourgeois, Daniel 184 Bourgeois, Rodney 25, 50, 52, 57, 147 Bowen, John 103, 147 BOWLING 108 BOXING 60-61 Boylan, Charles 161 Bradford, Mrs. Frances 131 Bradford, Mrs. Rosemary 1 21 Brandt, Bill 172 Braquet, Joseph 147, 172 Braquet, Gregory 161 Braquet, Peter 147 Brosset, Edward 147 Brosset, Michael 184 Breaux, Brian 146 Breaux, Chris 172 Breaux, Mr. E. J. 44 Breaux, Edward 19, 161 Breeden, Frank 161 Breedy, George 77, 106, 184 Breithoff, Guy 88, 91 , 94, 147 Brennan, James 147 Brennan, Michael 25, 161 Brewster, Brian 7 7, 184 Brewster, Keith 147 Bridges, Becky 25 Brien, Gregory 74, 77, 81, 161 Brignac, Philip 16, 31, 161 Brondum, Carl 147 Brown, Gary 147 Brown, Huey 185 Brown, Kenneth 185 Brown, Wayne 147 Bruce, Steve 172 Bruno, Eric 16, 147 Bryant, Odell 147 Bryant, Susan 34 Bucher, Chris 20, 25, 40, 48, 50, 57, 161, 221 Bucher, George 185 Bucher, Louis 147 Buccola, Linda 25 Buenaventura, Luis 161 Buiol, Allen 16, 29, 57, 96, 161 Buiol, David 57, 88, 185 Bullinger, Matt 32 Bunel, Johnny 103, 185 Burch, Felix 74, 172 Burckel, Daryl 74, 81, 82, 99 Burckel, Joseph 12, 31, 71, 74, 79, 105, 147 Burckel, Wayne 185 isufaack, Mark 39, 57, 185 Burg, Charles 161 Burg, Meg 25 Burger, Robert 59, 185 Burns, Albert 77, 185 Burridge, David 185 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 134 C Caballero, Oscar 172 Coccioppi, Salvador 74, 79, 81, 148 Cadella, Gregory 20, 161 CAFETERIA 130-131 Caillouet, Michael 148 Calderara, Pam 25 Call, Chris 161 Callaghan, James 22, 25, 103, 185 Calongne, Marc 148 Caluda, John 185 Cambre, Gail 25 Cambre, Paul 161 Compeaux, Daniel 148 Campo, Frank 161 Campo, Steven 22, 25, 172 Cangiamilla, Judy 25, 26 Canizaro, Gary 143 Cano, Keely 172 Caragliano, Francis 1 72 Carames, Manuel 77, 185 Caraway, Patrick 1 85 Carazo, Marcos 25, 172 Cardella, Charles 86, 185 Cardinale, Douglas 172 Cardinals, Salvador 161 Carpenter, Dean 91, 93, 132, 140, 185 Carrierre, Glenn 31,148 Carson, Craig 74, 77, 79, 81, 105, 162 Cortozzo, Anthony 1 85 Casariego, Dr. Isaac 44, 57, 135, 156, 162 Casse, Robert 19, 74, 105, 162 Castanza, Brian 74, 172 Castanza, Chris 148 Castay, Eric 100, 172 Castenada, Arlen 148 , ,, .wh 'Klux ts.. Castenada, Michael Catalano, Anthony Catoir, Ronald Cefalu, Charles Cefalu, Debbie Cenac, George Centanni, Kevin Cerniglia, George Chaix, Bryan Champagne, Kenneth Chaney, Jack CHAPELLETTES Chapman, Kent Charbonnet, Bruce Charlet, Michael Chatelain, John Chatelain, Jules Chatelain, Steven CHEERLEADERS Chevis, Kenneth Chevis, Patrick Chong, Jerome CHORUS Christiansen, Gerald Ciaccio, Mrs. Saro Cid, Mrs. Lisa 172 172 148 185 26 59, 74, 148,177 185 57, 185 185 148, 189 162 2627 185 93, 185 106, 185 57, 103, 185 185 1o6, 172 18-19 185 173 42, 148 46 162 130, 131 117 Cimino, Brother Michael 28, 52, 68, Claret, David Clark, Mr. Bruce Clavin, Patty Clement, Brian Clement, Brother Anthony Clement, Carey Clesi, Gerard Clesi, Stephen Cloutier, Frank Cloutman, James Coari, Noel Coffman, Robert Cole, Bryan Collet, Kirk Collins, David Collins, Kerry Colosino, Felix Colosino, Matthew Colosino, Vincent Commander, Derek COMMENCEMENT Condit, Brother Gale Condon, Robert Conlin, William Connell, Christine Connell, Mr. Pat Conti, Charles 105,117,132 173 117 33, 183 173 134 57, 173 185 74, 148 109, 148 148 162 57, 173 148 185 20, 103, 148 148 162 55, 148 173 57, 173 7872 2o, 125, 140 109, 162 162 25-26 103 25, 185 c66n, James 74, 77, 81 ,'82, 148 Corales, Don Cordes, Lance Cordora, Dean Corn, Charles Corwin, Mike 148 186 186 162 173 Cosentino, Joseph 55, 57, 178, 186 LEFT: David Vaz, RAIDER staff member, does his impersonation of a human rug. Coudrain, Dennis Courtade, Ronald Cousin, Thomas Crane, Stephen Crawford, David Crawford, Gary Credo, Brian Credo, Michael Creger, David Cristina, Daniel Cristina, Kenneth Crochet, Kevin CROSS COUNTRY Culver, Melissa 148 119,186 120 ,173 186 20, 55, 57, 148 48 ,186 57, 1 73 162 103, 148 20, 148 105, 162 77 ,186 84-85 Cunningham, Mrs. Lynne 134, Currera, Lori Cvitanovich, Tommy Dabella, Mark Daigle, Danny Daigle, David Daigle, Edmond Daigle, Frank Daigle, Brother Gabriel 125 Daigrepont, Bruce Daigrepont, Perry Dale, Alon Dale, Robert Dale, Timothy D'Angelo, John Daniel, Thomas Daniels, Edward D'Anna, Keith D'Antoni, Steve Daquin, Joseph Dardis, Michael Dares, David Dares, Kevin Daroca, Lourie Davenport, Joseph Davis, George Dawson, Janet Dean, Kenneth Deas, Chris Debroy, Donald Decha, Danny 25 135, 140 26, 1 69 173 173 34, 39, 57, 186 25, 186 153, 173 106, 186 ,132 162 148 86, 162 86, 186 31, 103, 186 22, 25, 186 57,85,1o5,162 109, 148 25, 50, 52, 148 162 57, 174,186 162 148 77,186 63 19, 85, 148 1 73 25 1 73 1 73 149 1 73 Deckelmonn, Joseph 25, 40, 50, 55, Deckert, Jonathan Deckert, Mark Deer, Daniel de Grouttola, Vincent Deichmann, David Deichmann, Douglas Deichmann, Gregory Deichmann, Kathy Delahoussaye, Keith 1 62, 20, 74, 20, 48, de Ia Torre, Mr. Rafael de Ia Torre, Mrs. Rafael de Ia Torre, Ralph Delaune, Donna de la Wllesbret, Alain Delery, Clayton Demarest, Timothy Demma, Marco Demma, Gary 57, 86, 34, 36, 1 78, 140, 221 1 62 1 49 74 1 86 1 B6 162 1 73 26 1 49 44 44 1 86 25 1 49 1 49 1 86 149 1 86 Index 21 3 Denapolis, Kent Dennis, Walter Derbes, Brian Derbes, Michael Derbes, Mr. Richard Derenbecker, David Dering, Mrs. Carol Deroche, Carl DeRoche, Robyn Dessauer, Mr. Donald 103, DeVun, Dana Dewailly, Edmund 25, Diaz, Pedro Dicarlo, Michael Dick, Lawrence Diliberto, Cindy Diliberto, Henry Dilley, Donald Dlmaggio, Craig Dimak, Stewart Dimak, Steve DiMaso, Toni Dimm, Gary Discon, John Discon, David Doerer, Thomas Dominguez, Louis 186, Dominick, Mark Donahue, Richard Doolan, Paul Doonan, Thomas 96, 97, Dorsa, Diane 91, 39, 55, 57, 33, Dorvin, Edwin Doskey, Richard Daussan, Jeanne Doussan, Thomas Downey, Cheryl Doyle, Farley Doyle, James Doyle, Mr. Ronald 59, 85, 105, Draften, David Dragon, Darrell Dragon, Donald Drendel, George 57, Drivon, Claudia Dressler, Karen Drew, Robert Driscoll, Bryan Driscoll, Philip 103, 106, Drouilhet, Terri Dubuc, Chris 57, Dubuc, Robert 86, Ducombs, Richard 20, 96, Ducote, Laurie Ducote, Nelson 67, 86, Ducote, Stephen 4, Dufresne, Jules Dugas, Charles 57, Dugas, Ray 105, Dumestre, James Dunn, Kenneth 103, Dunn, Peter 103, RIGHT: Raider trackmen say "We're Number One" after winning still another district championship. 214 Business 57, 105, 1 17, 25, 34, 1 O, 162 174 174 186 186 162 126 174 25 134 25 174 149 174 162 26 174 174 162 174 149 26 162 149 163 174 223 163 174 163 149 25 174 174 183 77 25 149 149 118 186 174 163 163 26 34 163 149 174 25 186 174 163 34 149 163 174 186 163 187 174 163 Duplaisir, Mrs. Danelia Dupont, Larry Dupre, William Dupuy, David Dupuy, John Dupuy, Preston Durbin, Dale Durbin, Wade Duthu, David Duthu, Terry 48, Duvoisin, Herbert 55, 57, 163, E Eder, Dennis 57, EDlTOR'S NOTE Ehrhart, Ken Eichhorn, Bryan Ellis, James Elstrott, Randolph Englode, Alfred Englode, Dennis Englode, Kevin Englert, Kenneth 57, 106, 74, 1 03, 57, 131 163 187 187 174 163 163 187 187 149 174 187 221 149 149 174 187 163 174 174 187 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 116-1 17 Enright, Mary Ernst, John Eschette, Raymond 2, Escude, Claude 57, Eshleman, Mrs. Emily 16, Eskine, Brian Esposito, Edward 86, Everard, Marianne Everett, David 103, Fabacher, Michael Fairfax, Brother John 2, 16, 34, 44, 68, 71, 72,112,132, Farnet, Gregory 74, Fasone, Anthony 50, 55, 143, Faucheaux, Anthony 57, Faucheux, Diane Faucheux, Maurice 34 174 187 163 121 174 174 26 163 163 40, 143 174 163 187 26 163 Faust, Donald Favors, Jeanne 19, 33, Fovret, Mary Lisa Fenner, Mr. Wendell 114, 115, 1 Fetzer, Donald 86, Fichter, Mark Fiedler, Robert 74, 88, 91, 99, 1 FIELD TRIPS FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Finn, William 96 Fiorella, Andrew Fiorella, Kevin Fish, Theodore 57, 100, Fitzgerald, Darlene Flaherty, James 93, Flair, Mr. Kenneth Flair, Mrs. Martha Fleming, Sheldon 31 , 68, 143, Flick, Thomas 150, Flippen, Barry 25, 136, Flores, Chris 7, 48, 150 163 183 25 40, 195 163 187 00, 174 127 137 149 149 174 187 26 187 123 59 149 189 187 170 Floyd, William 187 Foley, Stephen 100, 187 Fonte, Mark 128 Fontenelle, Charles 57, 77, 187 Fontova, Enrique 103, 119, 163 FOOTBALL 74-83 Ford, Dennis 25, 174 Ford, Henri 187 Ford, Michael 86, 150 Forman, Glen 163 Foster, Steve 186 Foto, Mitchel 150 Fouchi, Dana 25, 39, 187 Fouert, John 150 Fountain, Mr. Pete 149 Fourchy, Paul 150 Fournier, Mark 74, 81 , 105, 106,150, 161 Fraiche, Edward 174 Francingues, Kenneth 59, 88, 99, 100, 163 Freitag, Herman 2, French, Ollie 150 175 Frentz, Carol 26 Frentz, Julie 25, 26 Frickey, Douglas 150 Fridge, Mark 20, 31, 163 Frilot, Barry 72 Fritscher, Bryon 8, 103, 175 Frosch, Craig 57, 77, 100, 187 Frosch, George 44 Frosch, Kirk 40, 99, 103, 134, 139, 163, 224 Frosch, Terri 26 Fruchtnicht, Scott 187 Fury, Blaine 31, 57, 74, 100, 157, 175 Fuselier, Edward 39, 57, 163 Fuselier, Mark 77, 187 Fuselier, Stephen 25, 39, 57, 174 Gagliano, Harald 150 Gagliano, Mark 187 Gagliano, Paul 163 Galiour, Cris 34, 36, 167 Gallinghouse, Robert 34, 150 Gandolini, Glenn 163 Garotie, Mark 57, 123, 187 Garcia, Terrance 150 Garrett, David 163 Gaudet, Donald 150 Gaudet, Robert 188 Gaudet, William 188 Gaulter, Kenneth 25, 175 Gautier, Edward 96, 128, 150 Gautreau, Barry 25, 188 Gautreau, James 57, 175 Gautreau, Rene 163 Gegenheirner, Michael 188 Geiling, Steven 175 Gelpi, Ernest 150 Gendron, Michael 128, 150 GENESIANS 34-37 Geohegan, Paul 50, 57, 96, 97, 163 George, Thomas 150 Germade, Tony 93, 188 Gernon, Ray 150 Gernon, Roy 150 Gerosa, Bruce 175 Giambelluca, Anthony 109, 150 Giambelluca, Anthony J. 109, 163 Giambelluca, Michael 109, 163 Giambrone, Perry 74, 175 Giarrusso, Anthony 163 Gillen, Chris 188 Gillen, Richard 175, 178 Giusti, Danny 175 Glaser, John 96, 109, 150, 189 Glenn, Keith 175 Glenn, Michael 150 Glynn, Kenneth 150 Goebel, James 175 Golden, Steven 42, 100, 175 Golemi, Elena 34 GOLF TEAM 109 Gomez, Mr. Atilano 134, 135 Gonzales, Greig 25, 163 Gonzales, Henry 74, 175 Gonzalez, Dennis 188 Goodwin, Craig 188 Goodwin, Steven 134, 150 Gordon, Thomas 175 Gorman, Kevin 188 Gorman, Raymond 175 Gracianette, Ronald 20, 163 GRADUATION MASS 68-69 Graffeo, Thomas 150 Graham, Robert 175 223 Graham, Thomas 44 Grandolfo, John 175 Gratia, Kevin 44, 74, 132, 175 Gravois, Edward 188 Gravois, Kenneth 163 Gravois, William 150 Gray, Earl 103, 150 Gray, Frank 163 Gray, Gary 25, 188 Grayson, Rodney 74, 175 Greene, Michael 150 Gremillian, Brother Camillus 117,132 Grush, Faith 26, 33, 183 Guadamud, Mario 31, 176 Guaiardo, Mr. Charles 112, 136 Gueydan, Richard 134 Guepet, Boyd 150 Guepet, Bret 176 Guercio, Craig 188 Guercio, Michael 163 Guercio, Tommy 150 Guerra, Paul 163 Gueydan, Richard 134, 151 Guichard, Suzy 25 GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 124-125 Guilbeau, Mrs. Carmen 126 Guilbeau, Kevin 86, 87, 151 Guillory, John 164 Guillory, Ricky 151 Guillot, Brother Dale 4, 132 Guillot, Glen 151 Guillot, Gregory 120, 151 Guillot, Martin 176 Gumina, Mr. A. J. 44, 59 Gumina, Mrs. Gloria 120, 121 Gumina, Michael 50, 57, 88, 91, 93, 164 Gurley, Steven 74, 105, 106, 176 Gustafson, Ronald 88, 151 Gutierrez, Mr. Manuel 44 Gutierrez, Mrs. Agatha 44 Gutierrez, Manuel 25, 31 , 96,164 Gutierrez, Raul 188 H Haas, Barry 78 Haas, Henry 77 Haas, Michael 75 Hages, Gregory 151 Hoges, Jeffrey 176 Hall, Donna 26, 180 Hamilton, Robert 106, 188 Handal, Louis 164 Hanford, David 151 Hankel, Sandra 26 Hannan, Archbishop Philip 40, 68 Hanner, Carroll 188 Hanner, Glen 164 Hansen, Scott 50, 52, 88 164 Harang, Allan 151 Harang, Michael 176, 217 Hardey, John 50, 52, 55, 164 Hare, Donald 164 Harper, Robert 86 188 Harper, Ronald 51, 57, 176 Harris, Brother Andrew 103, 117, 132 Harris, Kevin 31 , 48, 151 Harris, Wayne 176 Harrison, John 77 Hartdegen, Jason 188 Hartmann, Lawrence 188 Hartmann, Lloyd 151 Hartmann, Louis 188 Harvey, Brother Leo 123, 132 Hasney, Joseph 19, 20, 151, 189 Hatteberg, James 48, 91 , 176 Haupt, James 132, 188 Hauth, Terry 176 Hayden, Brother Brendan 114, 115, 120 Hayes, Gary 188 Hebert, Brother Ephrem 128 Hebert, Charles 50, 52, 55, 151 Hebert, Chris 176 Hebert, Durock 188 Hebert, Michael 77, 188 Heckel, Mr. Ronald 105, 1 18 Hedrick, Gregory 144, 176 Heitzmann, Roger 188 Hemstreet, Michael 188 Henderson, Michael 151 Henne, Eugene 103, 164 Herbert, Milton 88, 91 , 176 Herman, David 177 Hernandez, Richard 177 Hernandez, Stephen 151 Hess, Michael 177 Heughan, Alan 152 Heymann, Mark 177 Hibbs, Lionel 20, 164 Hickey, Bonnie 26 Hickey, William 188 Highstreet, David 177 Highstreet, John 103, 177 Hill, Craig 48, 55, 57, 136, 177 Hingle, Chester 61, 136, 158 Hingle, Donald 188 Hingle, George 91 , 177 Hinton, Ronnie 2, 188 Hirth, Thomas 152 Hile, Karl 77, 188 Hnatyshyn, David 139, 177 Hnatyshyn, Stephen 152 Hobbs, Atwood ' 177 Hodgins, Charles 59, 74, 81, 105, 152, 1 89 Hodgins, James 74 Hoeffner, Frank 152 Haerner, Theodore 52, 152 Hoffman, Frederick 109, 152 Hoffman, Robert 177 Hogan, Walter 77, 188 Hogh, Joseph 177 Hollis, James 188 HOMECOMING 32-33 HONOR SOCIETY 51 Hood, Barry 177 Hopkins, Kristy 25, 26 Horil, Edward 164 Horne, James 188 Horridge, Edward 74, 177 Horridge, Steven 77, 188 Hotard, Chris 177 Hudson, John 188 Hughes, Fr. Harold 29, 132 Huhner, George 177 Hulin, Brett 25, 31 , 39, 50, 55, 57, 177 Hulin, Colin 31 , 50, 52, 55, 143, 152 Hunt, Randolph 164 Hunter, Alexander 25, 152, 178 Hunter, Carl 20, 152 Hunter, Mark 164 Hunter, Russell 25, 103, 117, 164 Hussey, Jay 74, 164 Hymel, Keith 34, 36, 152 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 20 Irsch, Karen 34 Irsch, Rosalyn 34 Isaac, Scott 140, 177 J Jacob, Carrie 26 Jacob, Debbie 26 Jacob, Earl 48 152 Jacob, Kim 26 Jaeger, Daniel 152 Jaeger, John 152 Jeannsonne, Michael 152 Jeansonne, Mark 177 Jeffers, Jay 34, 39, 50, 57, 174 177 Joachim, Dan 57 188 Johnson, Karen 25 Johnson, Lula Mae 131 Johnson, Mr. Randy 10, 74, 105 140 Johnson, William S. 123,164 188 Johnson, William T. 57, 86 103 Jonau, Charles 77 18B Jones, Jeffery 74, 105, 106, 177 Jones, Michael 74, 105, 106, 188 Jones, Russell 88, 93, 94, 152 Joseph, John 77, 106, 188 Juneau, Stafford 164 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 62, 63 Junod, Kenneth 34, 36, 52, 152 K Kaiser, Eric 57, 177 Kaiser, Kenneth 57, 151, 188 Kampen, Gregory 34, 164 Kampen, Stephen 188 Kampen, William 91 , 93, 100,189 Kass, Clifford 189 Kass, Larry 63, 152 Kaul, Bridget 26 Keating, Nat 164 Keeffe, Kerry 82, 164 Keegan, Barry 177 Keenan, Michael 164 Keenan, Robert 20, 177 Keenan, Thomas 103, 189 Keller, Perry 152 Kellerhals, Leonard 25, 177 Kelley, David 152 Kelley, Steven 25, 177 Kelly, Craig 189 Kelly, Quentin 74, 164 Kennedy, Donald 164 Kennedy, Kirk 77, 189 Kenner, Brother Bryan 123, 132 Kenning, Chris 57,189 Kenning, Kevin 164 Kenning, Miguel 55, 74, 164 Kensla, Robert 50, 152 Kent, John 106, 177 Kern, Steven 31 , 48, 152 Kern, Stephen 55, 103, 177 Kerth, Kathy 25 Ketchum, Ross 20, 164 KEY CLUB 48, 49 Kilcoyne, James 164 Kinberger, James 31 , 50, 55, 57, 85, 105, 164 King, Daniel 177 King, Sean 77, 189 Kinsley, Fred 91 , 93, 189 Kirkwood, Turner 74, 164 Kirsch, Darrel 189 Kirschenheuter, Joseph 152 Klein, George 164 Kliebert, Mark 189 Kliebert, Vernon 164 Klotz, Fred 106, 1 89 Klotz, William 57, 189 Koeniger, Evelyn 25 Koeniger, Mark 57, 143, 189 Kottemann, Timmy 91 Kolkeier, Thomas 164 Kovacs, Kathy 26 Kovacs, Mary Joan 33, 183 Krieger, Craig 189 Kropog, Jimmy 59, 99, 100, 152 Kropog, Olin 59, 72, 74, 105, 152 Kuebler, Don 25, 164 Kuehne, Michael 164 Kuhne, Karl 55, 164 Kurzweg, David 152 Index 215 L Laborde, Bruce 165 LaBorde, Mrs. Flassie 131 Laborde, Keith 48, 105, 152 Laborde, Kim 189 Lacoste, Chris 178 Lacoste, Oliver 25, 178 Lacour, Joseph 39, 57, 174, 178 Ladieu, Lisa 34 Lagarde, Mark 165 Lola, Anthony 99, 165 Lambert, Bruce 25, 105, 165, 178 Lambert, Milton 65, 165 Lampard, Gary 152 Lanclos, Paul 77, 189 Landry, Craig 178 Landry, David 99, 165 Landry, Frederick 20, 40, 48, 178, 221 Landry, Gordon 165 Landry, Lance 152 Landry, Leslie 34 Landry, Mark 152 Landry, Mitchell 57, 189 Landry, Scott 85 Landry, Stephen 165 Lane, Glenn 105, 152 LANGUAGE CLUBS 56-57 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 135 Lanoux, Mr. Lee 109 128 Lanson, Anthony 25, 50, 143, 153 Lanson, Beth 26 Lanson, Chris 31 189 Lanson, David 25, 50 165 Lanson, Thomas 34 178 Lanter, Steven 153 Lanza, Arnold 31 165 Lapre, James 20, 51, 59 165 Lapre, John 178 Larguier, Kelann 34 Larsen, Melvin 165 Lassalle, Mark 99 153 Lathan, Carl 178 Laurendine, Thomas 74, 81, 105, 165 Laurie, Joseph 178 Leal, Darryl 65, 165 LeBeau, Mr. James 140 LeBlanc, Brother Alphonse 96, 97, 1 17, 132 LeBlanc, Andrew 77, 189 LeBlanc, Charles 55, 57, 165, 189 LeBlanc, Darren 77, 189 LeBlanc, Ellis 178 LeBlanc, Jerry 189 LeBlanc, Keith 20, 165 LeBlanc, Keith 31 , 165 LeBlanc, Matthew 57, 189 LeBlanc, Michael 20, 165 LeBlanc, Robert 189 LeBoeuf, Carl 178 Ledet, Aaron 131 190 Ledoux, James 85, 153 Lee, Michael 178 Lee, Sidney 143, 153 Lee, Tammy 20, 88, 99, 1 17, 165 Lettwich, Don 106, 190 Legendre, Durel 65, 165 Legendre, Joseph 165 Leger, Eldridge 86, 87, 153 216 Busin ESS Leggio, Victor 22, 25, 153 Lehmann, Gary 25 178 Lehrmann, Edmond 59, 85, 105 165 Leingang, Eric 20, 96, 97, 99 153 LeMay, Sally 26 Lemoine, Barry 178 Lemonier, David 153 Lemonier, Wayne 1 78 Leonard, Gregory 25, 46, 190 Leanardi, Mr. A, J. 55, 86, 123 Leraux, Ivy 153 Lester, Gerald 34, 39, 50, 55, 174, 1 78 Letellier, Lance 153 Leumas, Gregory 31 153 Leumas, Kathy 25 Levet, Louis 153 Levine, Roy 190 Lewis, Roger 190 Liberto, Charles 153 Liemann, Frederick 153 Lind, Chris 25, 26, 31,165 Lindsly, Kenneth 153 Lindsly, Stephen 165 Lipps, Gene 190 Lipton, Robert 88 LITURGY 28-29 Livaudais, Albert 65, 166 Lizana, Earl 57,166 Lloyd, Gary 153 Locascio, Charles 166 Lockhart, Brett 178 Lockhart, James 178 Loebig, Marilyn 33, 183 Lombardo, Wayne 20, 166 Lonero, Greg 48, 91 190 Lopez, Chris 166 Lopez, Lionel 166 Lopez, Ricky 166 Lorino, Walter 31 , 50,153 Loria, Allen 166 Lorio, David 190 Lorio, Harry 178 Lorio, John 88 Lorio, Robert 190 Lousteau, James 77, 190 Lousteau, Stephen 105, 153 Luccioni,Mark 153 173 Lucio, David 166 Lucy, Philip 57, 100,190 Lusca, Barry 153 Lusco, Ralph 154 Lussier, Donald 20, 166 M Mobile, Mark 103 178 Macaluso, Charles 166 MacArther, Mrs. Sheila 1 17 Mader, Brian 190 Maderson, Julie 34 Maftei, John 166 Maggio, Michael 178 Magner, Karl 178 Maheu, Ivan 20, 166 Maheu, Mark 190 Mahner, David 154 Makotsky, Warren 190 Malespin, Gus 99, 166 Malone, Patrick 20, 86, 166 Maloney, Stephen 74, 166 Manale, Kevin 178 Mancuso, Charles 57, 178 Mandella, Paul 190 Manele, Nicki 26 Manguno, Dean 223 Manguno, Shawn 190 Margavio, Thomas 55, 57, 166 Marina, Joseph 178 Markey, Joseph 88, 154 Marks, Scott 40, 61 , 103, 134, 178, 221 Marr, Richard 154 Marrs, Richard 77, 106, 190 Marshall, Charles 34, 166 Martel, Gail 26 Martin, David 74, 79, 81, 82, 154 Martin, Debbie 34 Martin, Mr. Donald 123, 128 Martin, Kevin 57, 190 Martin, Mr. Robert 85, 105, 118, 125 Martin, William 48, 96, 154, 178 Martiny, Donna 26 Martiny, Steven 86, 134, 154 Mascara, Ralph 166 Massacci, James 190 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 122- 123 Mathes, Rick 166 Mathews, Warren 166 Mattingly, Bruce 20, 31 , 166 Mattingly, Keith 57, 190 Maxwell, Michael 154 Mayeaux, Deborah 34, 36 Mayeux, Thomas 190 McAdams, James 105, 178 McAdams, Wayne 85, 136, 179 McCabe, John 179 McCall, Stephen 154 McCollum, Robert 20, 117, 166 McConnell, Kevin 61, 166 McConnell, Michael 154 McConnell, Sarah 25 McCormack, Mr. Dominic 132 McCoy, Michael 190 McDaniel, Alfred 96, 154 McGee, Mr. Victor 1 17 McGovern, Dennis 31, 39, 178, 179 McGuire, Colleen 26 McGuire, Maureen 26 McGuire, Timothy 179 McKearan, Terrance 179 McLean, Judson 179 McLean, Richard 166 McMahon, Kim 26 McMurray, Keith 55, 57, 190 McNamara, Michael 190 McTague, Colleen 26 Meagher, Mr. Richard 57, 135 Meisler, John 39, 48, 57, 179 Melita, Charles 59, 74, 99, 100, 154 Melton, Ronald 179 Menasco, John 154 Menendez, David 86, 166 Menetre, Francis 34, 166, 223 Mercado, Carrie 26 Mercier, Bernard 85, 105, 166 Mercier, Lewis 86, 143, 179 Merdia, Mary 36 Merrell, Michael Messina, Michael Meunier, David Meunier, Matthew Meyer, Cindy Meyer, Edmond Mialaret, Gerard Milazzo, Frank Milazzo, Richard Miller, Chris Miller, Everard Miller, Robert Miller, Mr. Joseph Minshew, Eric Minshew, Homer 20, Miranda, Angel Mire, Fred Mire, Michael Mire, Richard Molaison, Richard Maldaner, Robert Molinet, Ernest Molinet, Louis Molyson, Edward Mongrue, Robert Monroe, David Monrose, Mark Montalbano, Herb Montegut, Henry Montero, Mrs. Zito Montgomery, Paul Moore, Alan Moore, Mr. Frank Moore, James Moran, Edward Morgan, Clay Moreau, Pam Morgan, Timothy Morgavi, Miss Cheryl Morise, John Morreale, Pete Morris, Thomas Morriz, Anthony 1 25, 86, 96, 85, 1 14, 1 15, 74, 34, 67, 154, 1 05, 40, 1 66, 74, 31, 57, 86, Montelaro, Charles 74, 105, 166 57, 123, 39, 65, 99, 34, as, 74, 25 Moynan, Bavid 40, 50, 55, 57, MU ALPHA THETA Mueller, Father Lawrence Mulhausen, Michael Muller, Daniel Mumphrey, Daniel Muntz, Michael Murhammer, Edward Murhammer, John Murphy, Mr. Dennis Murphy, Donald Murphy, Michael Murphy, Terrence 40, 50, 55, 55, 86 109 86,87 88,99 31,60 100,117 Musselwhite, Mr. Isaac Musso, David Mutter, Randall Myers, Kevan Myers, Margaret 25 N Nagel, Ronald Napoli, Craig Naquin, Dennis 1 1 I 1 1 f 167 Naquin, Howard 57,106,191 Oliveri, Frank Naquin, Irvin Naquin, Mark Naquin, Mrs. Pat Naquin, Patrick Naquin, Ronald Naquin, Thomas B5 Naranio , Argelia Navaille, Louis Navarre , Rene Navarro, Mr. Ralph Neel, Mark Neel, Morris Nelson, William 86, 87, 167 Netzhammer, Emile 39, 48, 50, 55, 179 Newell, Robert 31, 48, 50, 55, 179 Newman, Edward 167 Newman, Raymond 179 NEWSPAPER 52, 53 Nick, Stephen 155 Nickolaus, Joseph 179 Nicolich, Gwen 26 Nicolini, Daniel 167, 191 Nicolini, James Nicoll, Lorrie 26 Niemietz, Mr. John 140 Nieto, Gregory Norman, Gary Nosacka, Wayne Nuss, David O'Brien, Timothy Oddo, Tommy Odems, Steven Odina, Juan Oestricher, Larry O'Malley, John O'Neil, Nancy O'Neil, Robert OPEN DOOR Ory, William Osborne, Keith Oswald, Robert Otemaa, Jane Otillio, David Ourso, Corbett Oustalet, Mrs. Ethel Oustalet, Kenneth Oustalet, Randall Ovella, Salvatore 179 167 191 179 179 179 155 167 191 179 25 179 50 167 167 167 19 167 155 44 155 191 179 Overmier, Stephen 155 P Paci, Joseph 57, 106, 174, 191 Padua, Sharon 19 Pagan,Jose 100, 143, 191 Palermo, Frank 155 Pardo, Kenneth 168 Parent, Brett 48, 168 PARENT-BOOSTERS 44-45 Pareti, David 155 Pareti, Kirk 77, 106, 191 Pasqua, Raymond 67, 74, 79, 81, 82, 155 Patterson, Patrick 155 Pattison, Kevin 155 Pauli, Daniel 191 Povlovich, Robert 74, 143, 179 Pechon, Jules 179 Pecoraro, Joseph 77, 106, 191 Pecot, Thomas 1 79 Pecot., Timothy 1 79 Pellerin, Spellman 179 Pendergast, David 39, 48, 57, 179 Pepitone, Alice 34, 36 Pepitone, Neuman 192 LEH: Mike Harang works outa geometry problem. Perilloux, Sue 25 Perque, Earl 155 Perrault, Alvin 168 Perret, Mr. Donald 74, 79, 1 12, 1 13, 1 18 Perret, Ricky 155 Perrone, David 106, 179 Persons, David 7, 99, 155 Peters, Bryan 179 Peters, Randall 55, 57, 168 Peterson, Tim 25, 55, 106, 192 Petri, Robert 155 Peyton, Pat 155 Pfau, Kenneth 74, 105, 106, 179 Pfeifer, Debi 25 Pflieger, Bruce 168 Phelps, Alvin 168 Phillips, Stephen 155 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 1 18-1 19 Piazza, Michael 85, 105, 106, 179 Piazza, Vincent 20, 155 Picket, David 1 80 Pierce, Andrew 96, 168 Pierce, Stephen 155 Pinero, Jules 155' Pittman, James 57, 91, 93, 123,192 Plaia, Gregory 155 Plaisance, Richard 103, 136, 156 Planchet, Michael 180 Plauche, Desiree 26 Poche, Carl 109, 180 Poelma, John 192 Poelma, Michael 25, 180 Poirson, Paul 192 Polizzi, Joseph 192 Polizzi, Richard 168 Pollet, Michael 168 Ponsetti, Matthew 86, 180 Ponthiaux, Kevin 192 Pontiff, Mr. Al 74, 1 18 Ponze, Bart 50, 52, 55, 156 Ponze, Heidi 26 Porter, Andrew 96, 168 Porter, Stephen 192 Posner, Peter 103, 180 Powers, Richard 192 Powers, Timothy 59, 88, 93, 1 12, 168 Price, Ray 96, 97, 156 Price, Wilfred 168 PRIDE UNLIMITED 21 Prieur, Chris 74, 106, 180 Pritchett, Eric 168 Probst, Russell 1 80 Quaid, Michael 57, 192 Quatroy, Jay 77, 192 Quidd, Stephen 39, 156 Quigley, Dale 193 Quigley, Scott 67, 85, 105, 155 Quigley, Wayne 80, 94, 155 Quinlan, Michael 25, 57, 100, 180 Quinn, Thomas 57, 193 Index 217 138,139 Quinters, Wayne 168 Quirk, James 193 Quitzau, Peter 193 R Rachel, Dancing 40 Radecker, Terry 168 Radosta, Frank 168 Ramirez, Michael 77, 193 Ramos, Gerard 180 Ramos, Gilbert 57, 180 Randazzo, Albert 106, 174, 193 Randazzo, Emile 34, 119, 193 Randazzo, Richard 174, 1 B0 Rondo, Mr. Henry 36, 60, 70, 77, 132 Raphael, Matthew 168 Raspino, Jude 61, 86, 168 Rau, Philip 168 Roy, Joseph 193 Roy, Scott 25 180 Ray, Wayne 1 80 Raymond, Don 31 168 Raymond, Greg 77, 106 193 Raymond, Howat 168 Reeves, Dean 156 Reggio, Cindy 25 Reilly, Kevin 57 193 Reimann, Catherine 131 Reinerth, Karen 25 Reiser, Richard 168 RELIGION DEPARTMENT 132-133 Resor, Stephen 20, 57, 93 193 Restel, James 20, 48, 55 156 Restel, Michael 20 169 Reynolds, Mr. Lou 44 Reynolds, Michael 40, 57, 193, 224 Rice, Donald 12, 74, 100, 105, 106, 180 Rice, Edward 156 Rice, William 193 Richard, Larry 86 156 Richard, Lionel 31, 50, 57, 143, 180 Richard, Lori 26 Richard, Mickey 86, 193 Richard, Timothy 59, 88, 91, 93, 94, 99, 155, 161 Richards, John 169 Richardson, Henry 180 Riche, Roy 25 193 Riches, Robert 60, 86, 180 Rigdon, Shawn 77, 193 Ripberger, Kenneth 169 Ripley, Daniel 180 Risher, Billy 180 Rive, David 180 Rivera, Juana 131 Rivolo, Michael 156 Roach, Gerard 169 Roach,James 57, 77 193 Robards, Richard 31, 57, 74 180 Robarts, Mr. James 94 118 Robelot, Darryl 77 193 Robert, Dewey 180 Robert, Keith 74, 82, 105 169 Robert, Robin 169 Roberts, Bruce 180 Roberts, John 169 Robertson, Guy 156 218 Business Rabichoux, Randy Robinson, Gilbert Robinson, Gregory Rocker, Henry Rodrigue, Karen Rodrigue, Lawrence Rodrigue, David Rodriguez, Edward Rodriguez, Joseph Rodriguez, Keith Rodriguez, Kevin Rodriguez, Vincent Rogers, Billy Rogers, William 50, 55, 63 169 169 193 156 34 193 123 181 156 156 181 156 181 156 Rogerson, Rusty 79 Rohr, George 169 Roias, Stephen 31 156 Romas, Jacques 181 Romig, David 74 193 Roques, Carl 193 Roques, Charles 193 Roques, Constant 25 156 Roques, Paul 169 Rose, Randall 193 Roser, Charles 57, 77 193 Roso, Mr. Frank 1 17 Roth, Charles 181 Roth, Mr. Easten 10, 74, 118, 128, 177 Rouillier, Ronald 169 Rouse, William 157 Roussel, Herbert 10, 25, 50 157 Roussel, Ronnie 193 Rausset, Ricky 193 Roux, Alan 105, 169 Roy, Brother Adrian 126 Ruckstuhl, Jerry 174 181 Ruhlman, John 169 Ruiz, Danny 193 223 Rumney, James 77 193 Rupple, Allen 103, 169 Russell, John 20, 48, 52, 55, 57,157 Russell, Brother Norbert 44, 126 Russell, Scott 181 Russo, Dr. Courtney 59 Russo, Mrs. Ano Moria 136, 190 Russo, John 55, 63, 72, 157 Ryan, Mr. George 8, 39, 74, 77, 99, 100, 1 18, 140 Ryan, Jr,, George 100 Ryan, Michael 99, 100, 181 Ryan, Michael 86, 87, 158, 169 Ryan, Shawn 193 Solaun, William 39, 57, 103,193 Saltaformaggio, Vincent 157 Sanders, Vicki 26 Sanders, Michael 34, 35, 68, 105, 157, 170 Sansovich, James 77, 193 Saraya, Frank 106, 193 Sarpy, Edward 181 Sarpy, Gregory 181 Savage, Gerald 193 Savoy, Michael 169 Scardigli, Mauro 181 Scoriano, Salvador 157 Schade, Christian 55, 193 Schaefer, Eric 151 Schaefer, Michael 181 Schaefer, William 50, 59, 88, 93, 94, 169 Schoff, Gregory 59, 74, 77, 82, 105, 157 Scheberle, Brother Joseph 126 Scheffler, Mark 50, 88, 93, 169 Scheffler, Michael 52, 85, 105, 157 Schellhaas, Kurt 181 Schellhaas, Kevin 157 Scheppegrell, George 39, 86, 193 Scheurmann, Ronald 181 Schexnaildre, Barry 181 Schexnayder, Mark 193 Schilling, Adolph 193 Schilling, Mark 193 Schlaudecker, Roy 169 Schleismann, Phillip 157 Schmidt, Michael 157 Schneider, Donald 181 Schneider, Mr. Larry 118 Schneider, Lorrie 26 Schoen, Lloyd 157 Schoen, Michael 181 Schofield, Carl 91 SCHOOL SERVICES 126 Schreiber, Daniel 157 Schroeder, Andrew 193 Schroeder, Robert 193 Schuler, Lewis 181 Schultz, Michael 193 Schwab, Richard 169 SCIENCE CLUB 55 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 129 Scoot 40 Sclafani, Scott 57, 93, 194 Scoriels, Paul 194 Scott, Brian 194 Scott, Glenn 183 ABOVE: Martin Walker prepares to review his bookkeeping notes. SECRETARIES Seghers, Mr. Myles Sehrt, William Seiler, Mark Seither, Michael SEMINAR CLASSES Senia, Joel 121 140 182 169 157 182,195 SENIOR-FACULTY BASKETBALL 47 SENIOR PROM SENIOR RINGS Sensebe, Rodney Serio, Anthony Serio, Mr. Joseph Serpas, Mr. Albert Seybold, Mrs. Mavis Shannon, Erin Sharai, John Shrer, William 7, 105 Sibley, David Sibley, John Sigl, John 91, 93 Silbernagel, Charles Silva, Phillip 31, 109 Silva, Timothy Simek, Wdward Simeon, Mr. Floyd Simoneaux, Donald Simoneaux, Phillip Simpson, Lori Singletary, Stephen Sinnott, James Siragusa, Gregory Sison, Cindy Skolos, Michael Sloven, Vivian Slicho, Vladimir Slipher, Joseph 66, 67 17 194 169 220 128 121 25 189 182 182 169 194 169 169 169 194 128 157 182 25 157 169 194 26 157 25 194 182 96, 171 Sloan, Jack 52, 157 Smira, George 20, 169 Smith, Brian 96, 169 Smith, Clement 100, 140, 194 Smith, Mr. Vernon 123 Smith, Warren 31, 52, 96, 157, 189 Smythe, Stephen 131 , 132 Snakenberg, Thomas 132 SOCCER 96'97 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 140- 141 Soignet, Michael 57, 103, 182 Solares, Ramon 20, 65, 170 Solera, Gary 74, 81, 82,157,161 Solera, Kenneth 182 Songy, Phillip 132 Saule, George 36, 194 Souther, David 132 Spako, Karen 26, 63 Spaka, David 55, 59, 74, 157 Spansel, Richard 25, 170 Spaulding, Michael 194 Speeg, Stephen 31, 86, 99, 100, 157 Sperling, Gerard 20, 170 Spiess, Kenneth 194 Spiess, Steven 132 Spinato, Joseph 157 Spinosa, Mr. Charles 136 Stacy, Eric 170 Stagno, Michael 170 Staub, Alan 39, 57, 86, 194 Staub, Jack 39, 36, 157 Stauss, Robert 194 Steen, Kory 170 Steigler, Kathy 26 Steinvorth, Ernest 158, 189 Stelz, Harold 34, 57, 194 Stephens, Robert 170 Stewart, David 55, 153 Stewart, Judy 25 St. Germain, Mike 77, 106, 194 St. Germain, Thomas 74, 182 St. John, Eugene 153 Stockfleth, Mrs. June 120, 121 Stockfleth, Donald 158 Stokes, David 99 170 Stoulig, Eric 25 132 Stout, Br. George 126 St. Philip, James 153 St. Pierre, Rodney 25 194 Strassell, Lawrence 153 St. Romain, David 57, 77 194 Stromeyer, Jean 26 Stromeyer, Mark 1 82 Stromeyer, Ronald 74, 153 STUDENT COUNCIL 30-31 STUDY LOCALES 1 20 Suarez, Luis 153 Suffern, Edward 85, 106, 182 Suffern, Patrick 194 Sullivan, David 194 Sumach, Leni 154 Surcout, Gregory 1 36, 153 Suter, Jay 86, 170 Swan, Michael 39, 143, 182 Swan, Theodore 55, 170 Swan, William 31, 194 SWIMMING 102 Sylve, Michael 171 T Tallman, Steven 158 Tapia, Charles 194 Tarleton, James 171 Tarsney, Mr. Donald 71, 125 Taylor, Gerald 74, 79, 171 TENNIS 103 Thiaville, George 171 Thiaville, Scott 194 Thibodoux, Robert 182 Thibodeaux, Alan 88, 91, 171 Thibodeaux, Beth 34 Thimmesch, Paul 195 Thomas, William 86, 171 Thompson, Alphonse 39, 48, 57, 131, 195 Thompson, Brian 195 Thompson, Gary 158 Thorn, Ray 86, 182 Thornton, Mrs. Jane 131 Toca, David 55, 57, 195 Toca, John 182 Toca, Kenneth 39, 158 Toca. Rene 59, 74, 77, 81, 158 Todd, Brother Robert 103, 1 32, I 36 Todd, Timothy 1 17, 171 Toepfer, Christian 1 95 Toledano, Francis 86, 171 Tompson, Richard 86, 182 Toribio, Janet 34 Tortorich, Larry 39, 50, 55, 125, 158 Tortorich, Peter 195 Toups, Kevin 8, 182 Tracey, David 171 TRACK 104-107 Tracy, William 171 Trager, Louis 20, 74, 79, 158 Trahan, Kenneth 159 Trahon, Louis 25, 159 Trainor, Timothy 39, 55, 182 Tramonte, Anthony 25, 39, 48, 55, 182 Tranchina, Donna 25, 33, 183 TRANSPORTATION 42-43 Trapani, Lisa 26 Trapp, Thomas 182 Treen, Dave 1 78 Trenchard, Thomas 159 Tribou, John 50, 159 Trocquet, David I 82 Trocquet, Robert 96, 171 Turnbull, Gary 171 Tusa, Kevin 182 Tusa, Michael 52, 159, 189 V Vairin, Kenneth 171 Valdin, Lawrence 182 Valenti, Joseph 31 , 99, 171, 182 Valenti, Richard 195 Valeton, Oscar 93, 195 Valle, Hector 42, 57, 182 Vanderbrook, Jean 26 Varnado, Mr. Maurice 136 Vaz, David 40, 55, 57, 182, 213, 220 Vazquez, Wallace 195 Vega, James 103, 171 Vega, Jeffrey Vega, Robert 2, 85, Verdina, David 126, Verrette, Brian 40, 50, 159, Veselis, Br. Robert 28, 128, Vidacovich, James 50, Vidrine, Mark Vigier, Andrew Vila, Mike 106, Vila, Robert Villani, Judy Villarrubia, Kel 128, Villavaso, Cindy 19, 180, Villavaso, Mark Villio, Raymond Villio, Robert Vinson, Terence Vintorello, Angie Viola, Gary 74, Viola, Gene Virdine, Connie Vitrano, Paul 88, 91, Vix, Maurice 20, 25, 159, Vliet, Dean Vogel, Clifford 7, 103, Vogt, Mark 132, Voiselle, Kevin Vollenweider, John 128, Volpi, Michael Volz, Melvin W Wagenhauser, Mr. Louis 123, Wagner, Mr. Gerald 65, Wagner, Mark Waguespack, David Waguespack, George Waguespack, Jett Waguespack, John 20, Walden, Glen Walker, Martin 125, 171, Walker, Patrick Wallbillich, Thomas 20, Walther, James 57, Walzer, Harold Ware, John Warren, Michael 74, 99, Warren, Patrick 77, Waters, Aldo 103, Weaver, Courtney 34, Weber, Gregory 91, Webre, Louis Weissborn, Eric 139, Wenzel, Craig Wenzel, Darryl Werner, Mark 109, 154, Wessel, Michael 57, 77, Wester, Richard 34, 1 32, Wheat, Charles 50, 57, 139, Wheelahan, Ronald 31, 159, Whipple, John While, Mark Whitfield, Mr. Dick Whitfield, John Whitlow, Kevin Whitman, Kenneth 22, 25, 88, 91 105, 109, 171 159 159 220 132 171 195 182 182 159 26 159 192 195 195 159 159 25 182 195 34 182 189 171 159 171 195 182 182 159 223 136 159 182 182 159 171 182 218 183 171 183 171 171 171 195 195 159 183 159 171 159 183 159 195 195 171 161, 189 171 171 126 195 159 , 93, 159 Whitman, Mr. Robert Whittle, Gerard Wiedermann, Michael Wild, Gary Wild, Thomas Williams, Barry Williams, John Williams, Robert Willis, Cindi Wiltz, Allen Windhorst, Keith Windhorst, Richard Winn, Kenneth Wisecarver, Michael Wolf, Richard Wolf, Ronald Wolverton, Kerry Womac, Douglas Womac, Edward Wong, Steven Woodard, Robert Woll, Jerome WRESTLING Y Yazbeck, Michael YEARBOOK STAFF Young, George York, Elliott 25, 131, Young, Glenn Young, Steven Z Zacary, Robert Zammit, Charles Zarba, Ronald ioo, 123 20, 159 74, 171 132, 171 195 171 171 171 25 25, 163 183 171 171 aa, 159 31, 183 195 25, 57,123,195 85, 105, 106, 183 85, 105, 171 171 96, 171 183 86-87 86, 136, 171 40-41 183 139, 174, 183 183 195 159 159 Zeller, Russell 22, 25, 103, 125, 171 Zeringue, Brian 159 Zimmerman, Scott 31, 74, 105, 106, 195 Zimmerman, Lori 26 Index 219 What is "Raider Pride"? Although many people have come and gone from Rummel no one can actually define it. To some, "Raider Pride" is a never-die attitude in athletics, to others it gave the initiative for scholars to try their hardest under all conditions. To still others it is a community concern manifested through Rummel's many extra-curricular activities, and to me it is an always eager staff always ready to follow whatever command I might give. Whatever "Raider Pride" is, I'm sure it will follow each one of us in one way or another for the rest of our lives. All of the events of the school year, no matter how insignificant or spectacular, were presented in this text in such a way as to explore "Raider Pride" in its fullest form. In this yearbook we abandoned a few ideas of past Rummel annuals but in some cases change was inevitable and necessary. None of these pages could have been completed without the efforts ofa fine and devoted staff, Leading the student portion of our staff was our academics editor DAVID "LOVER" MOYNAN, l felt David turned what could have been the most boring section of any yearbook into the most exciting in our case. My sports editor, BILL ''BOWLING-ON-TUESDAYS-AND-WEDNESDAYS'' BLUM, helped me out immensely during the year. His open-minded nature led him to help our staff in more ways than one. CHRIS UMR. PRESIDENT" BUCHER proved to be a very worthy photography editor. His sharp, crisp prints on a moment's notice made my iob a lot easier, DAVID "THE .lOKER" VAZ, our honored staff humorist, proved equally efficient as assistant academics editor. His quick wit and humor kept our staff together during its hard times. SCOTT "CHUCKLES" MARKS, whose chronic eating habits warranted his name, provided a great iob as assistant sports editor. Scott always seemed to rise to the occasion when we needed him. Copy Editor ROBERT "THE MOLE" MOLDANER ioined our staff midway through the year, but his copywork in the last few weeks really helped us out. Business editor JOE "HAPPY FlNGERS" DECKELMANN contributed many long hours at the typewriter. For his work and dedication, he was rewarded with his ungodly nickname. Artist FRED "PlCASSO" LANDRY added flavor to our book by using his talents on our cover and division pages, On a moment's notice, Fred turned out unbelievable expressions of "Raider Pride." Last, but not least, is classes editor MIKE "SUPER FROSHH MULHAUSEN. Mike's continuous chatter and drawing of an old lady kept our staff in an uproar. Seriously though, Mike showed great poise in tackling one ofthe hardest sections of the book. BROTHER JOHN FAIRFAX, principal, receives my personal gratitude for permitting this yearbook to become a reality. His concern was noted as he would often discuss the progress of the book with me. The other part of the school administration who receive my personal thanks are BROTHER BRENDAN HAYDEN, MR. JOSEPH MILLER, and MR. PETE FENNER. My thanks also goto the maiority of the Rummel faculty whose cooperation helped get this yearbook out with their cooperation. MR. ISAAC MUSSELWHITE and his English Department helped us immensely by permitting the staff to conduct its booster campaign in the English classes. The school secretaries, whose often kind faces warmed up our dreary days, deserve special and individual thanks. Recipients of special thanks for their encouragement are MR. HENRY RANDO, BROTHER MICHAEL CIMINO, MR. GEORGE RYAN, and MR. ROBERT MARTIN. In the photography section of our yearbook, MR. PAUL PALERMO of Tipery Studios came through with excellent group shots, senior pictures, and advice. MR. JAMES LeBEAU, photography advisor, helped out by introducing members of the staff to new and better photographic procedures. He receives my humble thanks for his contribution to our annual. PAT AMEDEE, a sophomore at LSU, provided a much needed boost in getting our yearbook started. My thanks for his coming down an certain weekends to help with our yearbook in its initial stages. MR. KENNETH HECHLER, public relations and publications director at Holy Cross High School, provided much needed photographic equipment that was instrumental in making our yearbook. Thanks for your friendship and equipment when both were needed, Mr. Hechler. Much appreciation goes to BROTHER NORBERT RUSSELL and BROTHER ADRIAN ROY for their cooperation in helping with the financial aspects ofthe yearbook. Appreciation from the staff goes to RAYMOND and THERESA GRATIA for permitting us to hold our famous yearbook banquet in their Fontana's Seafood Restaurant. A special thanks to MR. AND MRS. DAVIS VERRETTE, my parents. Through their love and concern I was able to get this far. What can you say about MR. JOSEPH A. SERIO? He led me through hard times when I thought there was no hope. He showed me things that I thought I would never be able to do and he made a believer out of me in many different ways. But he was more than a yearbook advisor, he was strong and stern when I needed him, but most of all, he was a friend. I don't think l'Il ever be able to repay him for what he has done for me. To him, my greatest thanks. And to all the other incredible people associated with Rummel, thanks for backing RAIDER PRIDE. Brian Verrette Editor 220 Business Brian Verrette ,JMIM . Mr. Joseph A. Serio our Yi maei i sf -we Q Q ffm., -N, 1. X.i'r.::f,gf, S s,Nhs-1-K .2 . -1.6, ' P asf ,S . ' w f if VE 1'5- ' wwsifrsisirw A 11' 2-, 1 Wiwewf' ,ji 3.1 I 1 -Q Q fig! j , , If. 4 W digg W gm i f 55? N 0 :Yan . 4 AMM WMMS Joe Deckelmonn Scoff Marks 'VZ'-in f 1 ,af ' Bob Moldcner Chris Bucher fbccki and David Moynan r I 2, ,.:j, i,rQ,-X Q' - KE," K iq i 1' W ,, . V, , .14 . 1 . N, 2 if N.. Fred Landry Bill Blum 'H 'A '1 -'??iif:wff :Insulin K 3536 SSB Q U Ruined: iwxstllilki I I IBHQHQH l RQDQHCH I !QQQCHQQx 4'f?5??f3fiiUfR-333633 QHHQYEHHRHU 1635 iiwtimlivbl 9 M44-K -get 1 a 2 A Q. 1- Q Edi1or's Note 221 222 Business 'f-slim n... as us.. This 'Pricle' tha'r's called 'Raider' . . . TOP, LEFT: F. S. Menetre walks down a ABOVE: The Raider Kazoo Band follows athletic teams around the state. LEFT : Raider Pride includes patriotism as Robert Graham retires the flag. OPPOSITE PAGE, BOTTOM: Mr. Louis Wagenhauser's rapport with his homeroom shows their Raider Pride for each other. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Danny Ruiz plays the glockenspiel during band practice while Louis Dominguez fleftj and Dean Manguno observe. cluttered hallway after the seniors' departure. Conclusion 223 lt's only iust beginning , , J., . eg JP 'I , h , ' jill ' K5 ' Q 5, ,ygfggi . .V wi k,.,, 3 wig: 15.1 '2 af' , Y ' v X4 - ii X V, ,U,, I V ,Q A I I 3 Q 1 1 . K ,tx ,. ' wk r-, ' A i 'A ' , i . 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